Random Absence Mentoring: Random Absence Mentoring

Student voice is alive and well, and a powerful force when allowed to be heard. This excellent example from David Preston demonstrates that students are not only capable of helping each other, but do it incredibly well.

http://randomabsencementoring.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/Random%20Absence%20Mentoring

Paul Moss – teacher, learner‘s insight:

Created by a truly progressive teacher

See on randomabsencementoring.blogspot.co.uk

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