This article proposes that we shadow a student to be able to see what they see and experience what they experience. This would be a way to develop compassion for students as they face the everyday challenges of being a student.Source:
Sam Seidel, Education Week, February 23, 2018Description:
"Understanding the realities of students is complex and nuanced--especially as we work across differences in age, race, gender identity, learning styles, and other lived experiences. Just as we cannot see gravity, but can come to understand it by studying the way we move on earth and the way stars sit in the sky, there is much that affects our students that we may not be able to see overtly, but that we can come to understand better through observation and experience."Read the full article here!