It’s all about perspective (36:365)



No two people see a situation the same way. Unless we use the scientific method and eliminate variables, it is difficult to truly see the same thing. In education, there are many examples of how our perspective can impact others. For instance, take the perpetually “bad” student.   If an early grade teacher has a negative experience with a student, chances are they will let the next teacher know. Then, armed with that perspective,  they can choose to fulfill the perspective or change it. Guess what usually happens? You guessed it…. and it goes on and on…


As an educator, how do you eliminate variables or others’ perspective? How do you see things from your perspective?

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