Truthful Classroom: Syed: A Classroom Capital Case Study

KEY IDEA – As Herman dutifully plodded off to punish himself on my command, Syed called me over from the next table “Sir, Sir I need you.” I plodded over for Syed as dutifully as Herman plodded over for  me. 

After my previous post, I had the questions I raised about favouritism lingering in my mind whilst teaching last week. One of my pupils, again and again, prompted me to reflect on how differently I treated him to the other kids, and to try and see whether this is a result of anything active on his part.

via Truthful Classroom: Syed: A Classroom Capital Case Study.

 

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