By Katie McGrath
Conversation connects us. But think about how different our conversations can be.
There are times when my husband and I have a quick check-in talk. We discuss what time our boys need to be picked up at karate or what we need from the grocery store for dinner. Other times we engage in deep discussions envisioning our next home or how we will support one another as we pursue our professional goals.
While both of these conversations serve their purpose, they don’t achieve the same level of depth of meaning. This is also true of our conversations with students.
Teachers check-in with students frequently. These conversations are necessary and serve their purpose, but if those quick drive-by interactions are the only way we are talking to students about their learning, we’re missing the beautiful opportunity…
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