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The added perspective - more than emotions and relationships is the need for meeting intellectual challenges

Posted By: Cecile Walden on June 16, 2010
 
It is indeed easy to be fooled by the success of the social and psychological aspects of the relationships between learners and teachers, parents and principals in small schools settings, so that we forget the cognitive goals. Te urgency of making things work in the large school setting forces teachers to be always mindful of all dimensions of teaching/learning. It is necessary for principals and teachers in the small school setting to make a concerted effort to attend to achieving the cognitive standards among their students.
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 The added perspective - more than emotions and relationships is the need for meeting intellectual challenges by Cecile Walden on June 16, 2010
     
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