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A student’s view of good teaching

October 25, 2010
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This past summer, I was fortunate to be able to capture a really interesting conversation between Andy, a high school student in the Denver metro area, and one of his former teachers. This clip comes from that dialogue. Here, they talk about what he took away from her class. The video is a bit dark (I’m no good at orchestrating light, etc. in other people’s homes– it feels so rude!), but his insight shines through nevertheless. The clip is edited for giggling, which we did a lot of in this conversation!

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