How teachers can help students direct their own learning

11/19/2012 | Edutopia.org

Teachers can foster a classroom culture of "can," defined by ensuring that students are not dependent on teachers and are able to develop their own standards and reasons for learning, educator Terry Heick writes in this blog post. He suggests, among other things, that teachers slowly turn over responsibility to students and draw attention to positive habits developed in the classroom.

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