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Tuesday, October 09, 2012


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I notice children turning to th author as the true teachers. The classrrom teacher is there to point them to the author. That way, as long as you have good authors around, you have good writing mentors. Very "teach a man to fish". The best teachers seem to get out of the way.

The Opal 4 anchor teacher, Levia Friedman, writes more about this engagement at http://bit.ly/VBdjro.

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