Saturday, October 17, 2015

2632. Trusting in the students?



I have read in a magazine about a school which has two pillars where it stays: freedom and trusting. 

It’s an English school. 

The context of its education is trying to reach excellence. 

The students feel free and their teachers trust in them, the teachers give trust to the kids. 

For example a teacher puts a student in charge of a task, and the teacher forgets (in some way) about it: he trusts the student will carry out that task or small job. They have reached that situation. 

The students are free and responsible, and the atmosphere created upon those principles is one of trust and excellence. The name of the school is The Cedars. It is in London. / Photo from: cedars www beinutritriffle com
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