To help students master skills in English language arts, they need to be given authentic experiences in the classroom to test their ideas, make mistakes and learn lessons from these experiences, middle-grades teacher Ariel Sacks writes in this blog post. "I want to help my students get a sense of just how much power comes with being experienced in the tasks that ELA requires of us," she writes.
Why experience is important for student learning
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