No Teacher Was in a Hurry

I’ve just finished reading The Classroom Chef, by John Stevens and Matt Vaudrey. The premise has #SlowFood/#SlowMath written all over it, and there are references to slowing down and taking time to listen throughout.

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One quote in The Plating – Presentation Is Everything chapter struck me:

Go back through the Entrée stories you just read, and look specifically at the questions each teacher asked the students. Notice how no teacher was in a hurry; they let students discuss a topic or an idea until they were satisfied that the students fully understood it.

How do you make it evident to your students that we (students and teachers) have time to ask questions and learn together?


Steven, John, and Matt Vaudrey. The Classroom Chef: Sharpen Your Lessons, Season Your Classes, and Make Math Meaningful. Dave Burgess Consulting, Inc.: San Diego, CA., 2016. Print. page 109.

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