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Friday, March 8, 2013
What the quote implies made me think about the idea that in order to avoid a hazardous situation, one should enlist some deep thinking. From an educational perspective, this can be a two-way street. In order to understand what a student needs to improve on are different from the things that we reinforce. How do we know what to remediate if we don't ask the right questions from our analysis? If we miss the opportunity to target the material that students struggle with and not the things they already know, then we don't address the shortcomings that they will encounter as they progress through their academic and occupational careers. This is why we can't rely on our students to ask all the quesitons. We also can't rely on outside sources to complete the picture. We may have to combine our questioning with some further examination and assessment. I agree with the quote as being a key component to the educational well-being of a student. I do also fee that this is just a component and not a whole.