Make a visual to support your teaching and learning activities

Yes, YOU can draw and create images. They don’t have to be perfect. The first step is to turn off your inner censor. Turn on your inner child. And remember, when you demonstrate LEARNING in front of your students, they become more empowered to learn themselves. In this case, imperfection can be a teaching tool, not a weakness. Think about a class or learning activity that you will be doing in the near future. Jot this down. Download a drawing more… »

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