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By Alan Schoenfeld | March 7, 2016 , 7:12 pm
When we think about teaching, we normally focus on what the teacher says and does. But, what really counts is how the students experience the classroom environments that they live in. Here’s a quick way to think about the difference. Are you a “mat
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