THREE

There’s no need for heroes in teaching. They just lead to disagreements.

You don’t need to go round cherry picking the best bits.

When you don’t know what you’re missing, you’ll probably be quite happy with what you’ve got.

So, if you want to be a good teacher, stop telling students what they’ll be able to do

And help them do the things that they are doing right now.

When students are just doing rather than just thinking,

theories can be thrown out of the window.

If plans are never made, then everything will turn out just right.

*My original commentary on Chapter 3 is here

*My commentary on this paraphrase is here.

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