Author and teacher-researcher Deb Curtis explores the opportunities that unfold when teachers choose to enter into a moment and really see children, and help them see each other. This is a shift from focusing on external things, like “the stuff” (mine, yours, taking turns, waiting) to observing and guiding children to see each other’s ideas in the moment…which turns out to be just as compelling as the “stuff!”

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