- Posted by Dora Denk
- On 2013-05-20
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“Teachers absolutely must talk if students are actually going to learn anything worthwhile; the trick is to make that talk as efficient and instructive as possible.”
One of the things I really like about this blog entry by David Didau is how he has unpacked his meta-cognitive thinking over time. He is a teacher who tries new ideas, experiments, questions his own beliefs, thinks about what he is doing and what others say, and then creates a model for himself that he shares with us. And he does this on top of his teaching load! This is a perfect representation of someone in a developmental paradigm.