• Yemi S.

One never stops learning how to teach—

One never stops learning how to teach... because teaching is a practice (i.e. vocation) that requires the (re)situating of skill relative to the specific context in which teaching occurs—which means that the most dangerous threat to a teacher's development is success and not failure; because failure encourages revision and reflection whereas success more likely encourages celebration... and unreflective celebration is lethal to the spirit of growth.

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