teaching with intention

i love how she explains the shift in her practice, and how she explains her choices.  being able to articulate the rationale behind our choices in the classroom and being able to understand someone else’s choices, i think, is so important to being a reflective and intentional teacher. i LOVE how well thought out the things she’s relinquished control over are, proving that she is, in fact, in control. this teacher is ensuring that her students have a learning environment that works for them, pushes them and nurtures them, and she clearly works every day to make it continue to happen that way.

Elementary, My Dear, or Far From It: read her Out of Control post

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