“What is Good Teaching?” Part 1 of 5By Lawayne Childrey | Published 21 May 2012 10:50am |
For the past year, the Southern Education Desk has been digging into the challenges facing education in the south. One core question that has surfaced over and over again is: What is good teaching? What are the elements and how are they accomplished? The answer is....well it’s complicated…there are no easy answers. Real understanding takes time, context, and perspective. This week, Southern Education Desk journalists from 5 states begin a series of reports that will seek to provide some answers - revisiting the issue repeatedly in the coming months to find and present as many viewpoints as possible. We start with John Hughes in Monroe, Louisiana.
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