This article reports on a practice where teachers shadowed students in an elementary school outside of Chicago to develop a sense of the challenges and routines that children face during a day at school. This activity allowed teachers to experience school from the students' perspective.Source:
Lisa Jacobson, Education DIVE, February 13, 2018Description:
"As schools incorporate more social-emotional learning into instruction, empathy for others has been one of the characteristics school leaders want students to develop. This process can start with administrators and teachers learning more about students’ experiences both in and out of school — especially those of students from different cultural, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds."Read the full article here!