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Sunday, March 21, 2010
Wow...teaching is being significant in the lives of our students. That may mean teaching them in our respective disciplines or that may mean keeping them from dropping out, making poor choices and or preparing them for life after high school/middle school. All of us have gifts that we call skills and each person skill set is different from the other. That is why we can all teach with specific approaches that vary from one another. I always refer back to my load capacity theory...we all don't teach dump trucks. Some of us teach s-10 pick ups or dually pick ups, but each student can only take on what he is wired to take on. So we must teach 35 students per class with the same general approach yet be able to discern between the dump truck and the pick up.