RE 5040 Fall 2011
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Amanda Solesbee
Drawing off your own experiences
Thu Sep 1, 2011 21:30
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You are right, when Wilfrid posed the question of what is a memory, he was then becoming a researcher which later led to him being a teacher. Teachers do draw off their own experiences when trying to help their students- this is exactly what the old people were doing in the story with their response to what a memory was. Great addition to the thought of how we draw off our own experiences to help our students with questions they may have.

  • I believe that Wilfrid first acted as a teacher and researcher when he posed the question of what is a memory? He listened to the answer he received and drew from his own experiences as he sought out ... more
    • Experiences - Ruth Ann Timmons, Sun Sep 4 20:27
      You are so right! A good teacher not only uses the research but presents pieces of themselves and their experiences too. You never know when something you say or share from your own views will strike ... more
    • Nakita - Lori Vestal, Sat Sep 3 07:31
      I don't think I have ever considered myself as a researcher, but we are. Teachers see a problem and tackle it to try to best meet the needs of her students.
    • Drawing off your own experiences - Amanda Solesbee, Thu Sep 1 21:30
      • Re: Drawing off your own experiences - Tonya Isenhour, Thu Sep 1 22:11
        I like drawing upon own experiences. I like the different responses to what a memory was to all the different people. Because all of us have our own perspectives. Tonya
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RE 5040 Fall 2011