I have one advantage over the local teacher, that is to say I have no bias towards the ‘good’ or ‘bad’ children. I really dislike labeling students as good or bad; they each have different talents and learning styles.
I personally am not much use at lugging water from the lake to the house in the village; if that was all I was judged on then I would never be invited back. Fortunately for me, I have other skills which are valuable to the people. When my students perform badly, I do not see it as their fault, but rather my own shortcoming. I did not appeal to their style of learning; I failed to engage them in my lesson and have them see something the way I do. No-one is good at everything, of course, but everyone deserves a fair and equal chance to excel or at least enjoy the learning process. I saw no “bad” children in the hour that we taught. I saw excited children, or those who were frustrated and confused, but I saw no one who was not engaged at some point over the hour and I saw no-one who was making no effort to be a part of the new method of teaching.
NEH Director of Studies and Teacher Trainer
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