Helping Students Get to Where Ideas Can Find Them

@article{Duckworth2009HelpingSG,
  title={Helping Students Get to Where Ideas Can Find Them},
  author={Eleanor Duckworth},
  journal={The New Educator},
  year={2009},
  volume={5},
  pages={185 - 188}
}
Winnie the Pooh said, of the hums that came to him from time to time, “Poetry and hums aren’t things which you get. They’re things which get you. And all you can do is to go where they can fi nd you” (Milne, 1928/2007, p. 173). This journal issue is about helping students get their minds, their awareness, and their feelings so active and thoughtful and informs that they are in a place where hums—or connections, understandings, new ideas—can fi nd them. I start with a brief story. My colleague… Expand
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