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How is teaching far from being something that we only need to learn if we’re contemplating a career in education?
What are some of the biggest challenges in teaching?
Why might a fundamental skill of a good teacher be admitting that they are, in most areas of life, pretty ignorant and stupid?
In what ways can a good teacher become a good student?
How does a good teacher do more than educate?
What is the difference between a good teacher and a good leader?
Let's think about it! 🍎
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