Teachers must accept that learning is a messy process and that students' struggles and frustration are a common -- and important -- part of education, high-school humanities teacher Joshua Block writes in this blog post. Block writes about the early stages of projects in which students voice random ideas, change their minds, and ask questions in the design and drafting process. He reminds educators "that struggle and frustration are inherent parts of the process of creation."

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