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“Good” or “Bad”

According to Kumashiro’s common sense, “good” students apparently make the lives of the teachers easier. They do what they are told and follow every rule in the school. Students are considered “bad” if they act out of the norm within … Continue reading

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Children’s Effect

“It is with children that we have the best chance of studying the development of logical knowledge, mathematical knowledge, physical knowledge, and so forth” – Jean Piaget This quote makes me think about the effect students have on teachers. Also, … Continue reading

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Tyler’s Rationale

In all my years of high school, I have always been worried about my grades. My teachers, classmates and family members would tell me that good grades relates to success and hard work. For most of my classes, good grades … Continue reading

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Common Sense

Kumashiro defines common sense as the norms of society. In other words, what everyone should know. Kumashiro’s time teaching in Nepal gave him a perspective on common sense. In his village, there was one faucet for water. It was used … Continue reading

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