Trust in Teachers

It should go without saying, but indeed there is a need to say it. If we want teachers to trust in children’s learning and create more open-ended spaces for their noticing and wondering about the world, then we need to trust in teachers.

Here’s a link to a new piece I wrote for the Fred Rogers Center about trust in teachers and how Fred Rogers helps teachers trust themselves: When we trust in teachers, teachers remember to trust in themselves

Check out the other information on the Fred Rogers Center website, too, including information on how to get involved with our Educators’ Neighborhood community.

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