When Students Fail: What Does It Really Mean? What’s a Teacher to Do?
Rae Pica with Anthony Cody, Lisa Dabbs
|When student failure happens, it impacts the student, the teacher, the parent, the school, and more. What does student failure really mean and how should teachers respond?|
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May 30, 2014 Teachers' Aid
Anthony Cody worked in the high-poverty schools in Oakland for 24 years, 18 of them as a middle school science teacher. He does workshops for teachers around science education, teacher leadership, and project-based learning. Lisa Dabbs spent 19 years as an administrator. Her passion is to support and mentor teachers and administrators.
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