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Response to whitemb2
Sat May 30, 2015 10:04

I definitely agree with you, practice makes perfect. If none of us ever practiced anything, what would we be good at? Yes, some people are born talented in particular areas, but no one can say they've never practiced anything a day in their life. As teachers, we must remember that our students need practice, and practice takes time. Once practice has happened, then we can find what fits each student's needs individually.

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    • Response to whitemb2 - brownrf, Sat May 30 10:04
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