UK teachers ask students 3 questions to personalise lessons

11/27/2012 | Guardian (London), The

An educator at a school in the United Kingdom says a programme in which students complete one-page profiles about themselves, with input from family and friends, has been so successful that they have expanded it to all grade levels. In the profiles, students answer three questions about what others like and admire about them, what is important to them and what support they need. Deputy headteacher Tabitha Smith writes that the exercise helps personalise lessons and address social and emotional development.

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