I’ve known how amazing it is when you’re told that yes, even though that thing seems really difficult, you can do it, and even if it you don’t do it perfectly, you should still give it a try — and so you do, and the sense of achievement gives you a fabulous crazy glow for the rest of the day

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Learning all of this has been really important to me, not just as a human but as a teacher. At school, learning came easily to me. Some subjects, like Maths, took a bit more effort, but I managed. I could look at a good example, work out what I needed to do, and incorporate it into my own work without too many problems. I never really had to struggle. Learning to ride has been different. There have been tears and frustrations, and times when I’ve thought about giving up. I’ve had to work my way through the low points and battle against my own pride. I’ve been taught by people whose standards have been unrealistically high and people who have pointed out what I’m doing wrong without ever telling me whether I’m getting anything right. I’ve also been lucky enough to be taught by a couple of lovely, lovely people who have been encouraging and kind, who have challenged me in just the right ways without making things feel insurmountable.

https://passing-it-on.com/2021/05/27/learning-and-teaching
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I don’t think I have learned to write any better

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I know that all of you RPC students like me only have a blog because you have to post your essays on it. But The only reason you d that is so people can correct them. But that is what i have noticed! No one is correcting them. All we do is like or say it is good because we don’t want to take the time to correct the essay. I do this too.

https://creativeskate.wordpress.com/2021/06/03/whats-the-point

I knew the curriculum and organizational options of homeschooling were vast

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It felt infinite. When I think back on the days and weeks following the homeschool decision the words heavy, overwhelming, and panic come to mind. If you are in this space right now […]

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If you don’t do some work before graduation, adulting will be a rude awakening

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Ultimately, you get out of college what you put in. Make the most of it by doing everything you can to set yourself up for success. You will be more prepared for your future dream job and career. Take it from someone who just finished and is now applying for jobs: don’t waste this time. Do all you can to set yourself up for a successful future.

https://imcclass.com/2020/12/14/before-i-goa-bit-of-advice-to-prepare-for-life-after-college

I knew that I would receive that A by agreeing with and using my teacher’s ideas

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This tactic is most commonly used for written assignments, but students must begin voicing their ideas without fear of being “wrong” because one’s ideas do not correlate to their teacher’s. This will also require teachers to get out of the mindset of believing there is a right or wrong answer. Perhaps creating a how-to on formulating one’s idea. I find that the topic of research will also play a part in this. Recognizing bias while researching plays a crucial role in developing one’s ideas.

https://vickbwrites.wordpress.com/2020/12/07/were-all-in-this-together