Monday, December 03, 2012

At least one kid got it

From the one student's "About the Author" section of a recent project in my class:

"I am the type of person who doesn't typically ask questions when I am confused on the subject, however, after doing this certification [project], I learned that sitting there and copying things off the board doesn't help me learn and I would always not understand things that we were learning. So, I started asking questions when I didn't understand something and I feel like that's what everyone who is confused should do because when they don't understand something and just sits there copying what the teacher tells them, it's not going to help them learn anything when it comes to something that is in the real world."

From another kid's "About the Author" section:

"I want the world to know that im a cool person and that im a boss. I want respect from a lot of people. I want everybody to pay me cash and give me awesome things. I want all the ladies to love me."

(Obviously, sic)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

See there is strong evidence that you can reach some of the people some of the time. If you bribed that other overly inflated ego, he/she would still not be learning anything while the first person would be soaring into the lead. Good for you, good teacher.

Linda L.