Can remembering what you were like as a student help your teaching?

Middle-school educator Heather Wolpert-Gawron in this excerpt from her new book suggests that teachers reflect on what they were at their students' age to improve their teaching. Wolpert-Gawron offers a series of questions to help teachers reflect on the people they once were in school, to help them better relate to who their students are today.

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