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.


Paul Moss – teacher, learner‘s insight:

Created by a truly progressive teacher

See on randomabsencementoring.blogspot.co.uk

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