As humans we rarely ask a stranger to lend us their lawn mower or to help us move. Yet as educators, we often ask students to ‘do’ all sorts of things (like math, essays, speeches, etc.) without building a relationship first. Human Being Preceded Human Doing: go to the human first, through relationship, and then ask them to solve an equation or write you an essay (or lend you a mower).
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