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Attachment Theory in the Classroom (Part One)

The easy lives of "good students".
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Dora Bozanic

on 26 November 2016

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Transcript of Attachment Theory in the Classroom (Part One)

Let's think about it. What skills make a good student? A good student can... Follow instructions... listen... concentrate... Persist. Persevere. Believe
in
themselves. Feel safe. Believe
their teacher... Dizzy yet? Adapt to the unpredictability of the classroom. Be patient. Cooperate. Bear frustration... Accept
making
mistakes. ...knows what they're talking about. ...has their
best interest
in mind. (Even though they won't phrase it this way.) Believe in
their classmates. Ask for help. Be organized. READ. WRITE. SPEAK. "Bear the powerlessness of not knowing." Be resilient. Know. Anyone up for learning now? Developed in cooperation
with the Pilgrim's Difficult Learners of 2012. Take risks. Made possible by... This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
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