“When I taught, I always taught from this perspective of having the kids always have some sort of tactile component to whatever it was that we're learning—something that has some real-world grounding for them. Because kids are coming from a place of wonderment, and of their observation, and questioning. They're trying to figure out the world.”

“When I taught, I always taught from this perspective of having the kids always have some sort of tactile component to whatever it was that we're learning—something that has some real-world grounding for them. Because kids are coming from a place of wonderment, and of their observation, and questioning. They're trying to figure out the world.”

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