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Terry Newman

A lot depends on the student's learning style. Some can learn better in an open, active, "chaotic" style while others need calm and organization to learn. There has to be effort given to numerous learning styles. There isn't one correct way of teaching and learning. Makes a teachers job difficult.

Stephanie Sandifer

I'm a "Gen Xer" and even I recognize this as evidence of active, engaged learning -- and definitely NOT chaos.

But -- it is very difficult to get some people to move away from the rigid "desks in rows", all students working quietly at their own desks scenario.

I am also a school administrator and what Ms. Coates does in her classroom is exactly what I would love to see happening in all of the classrooms in my school!


On the money...Wolfy

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