How Students and Teachers See Assigned Reading

As teachers, we aim to choose books that we know our students will love and appreciate. And most of the time, we hit the mark. Occasionally, however, the way a teacher sees a book isverydifferent from the way a student […]

As teachers, we aim to choose books that we know our students will love and appreciate. And most of the time, we hit the mark. Occasionally, however, the way a teacher sees a book isverydifferent from the way a student sees it. We aren’t pointing fingers or anything, but Fido, you could be to blame.

The Differences in How We See Books

Posted by Hannah Hudson

Hannah Hudson is the editorial director of WeAreTeachers. You can follow her on Twitter at @hannahthudson or on Facebook here. Email her at hannah@weareteachers.com.

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