Due to a slew of appointments within the country and in the continent, I was not able to update this blog for a while. I will still be busy for a couple of days or maybe weeks. But rest assured, I will try to post some articles that here. Please bear with my absence for a while.
I really could relate to to this post. It is true and is happening, albeit on different situations, around the world.
I know what you’re doing. It’s nothing new. You think you’re distracting me, skillfully diverting the teacher’s attention away from the lesson and starting me on some tangential discussion. You think you’re somehow “winning” because we didn’t get as far as I’d planned in the lesson.
I love it. You think I haven’t seen this before? I know who you are. I know what to look for, when to indulge you, and when to steer us back on course. Don’t you understand? I want nothing more than to engage these discussions, to embrace your questions, and to revel in the spontaneity of learning!
Yes, learning. Believe it or not, this is when the “shaping lives” part of my job takes place. This is when I can talk to you about things that are real and relevant to you right now. Not that my planned lessons are irrelevant…
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