Teaching is a complex choreography.

Teaching is a complex choreography.

“The Three Dancers” by Pablo Picasso, 1925

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2 thoughts on “Teaching is a complex choreography.

  1. curiousaboutteaching says:

    I kept thinking of this image when reading “Imagination, Community, and the School” by Maxine Greene. She wrote, “Our classrooms ought to be nurturing and thoughtful and just all at once; they ought to pulsate with multiple conceptions of what it is to be human and alive. They ought to resound with the voices of articulate young people in dialogues always incomplete because there is always more to be discovered and more to be said.” (pg. 43)
    I really enjoy your blog – especially your use of images to show the richness of teaching. Thank you!

  2. curiousaboutteaching says:

    I kept thinking about this image when reading “Imagination, Community, and the School” by Maxine Greene. She wrote, “Our classrooms ought to be nurturing and thoughtful and just all at once; they ought to pulsate with multiple conceptions of what it is to be human and alive. They ought to resound with the voices of articulate young people in dialogues always incomplete because there is always more to be discovered and more to be said.” (pg. 43)
    I really enjoy your blog – especially your use of images. Thank you for such thought-provoking postings!

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