Harvard Educational Review
  1. Winter 1991 Issue »

    A Teacher Learns in the Context of a Social Studies Workshop

    Ginny Seabrook
    A teacher who changed the design of her seventh-grade Social Studies class to a workshop format describes the effects of this less autocratic method of teaching on her students and her role as a teacher. Her class became more relaxed and the learning process became a "parallel journey" in which the teacher learned from her students as much as they learned from her.

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