“We HOPE to See a Productive Struggle” Sara Croll on Omaha Public Radio

“We hope to see a productive struggle. We want kids to really think it out and try. When the teacher goes in and shows them and saves them, so to speak, the learning stops, because they got the answer and they’re done.

So we really encourage the productive struggle — the teacher releasing that ownership to the teams, and being there kind of in the background to push in, clearing any misconceptions, but really letting the kids own the learning.”

We hope to see a productive struggle. We want kids to really think it out and try. - @Sara_Croll on Live & Local via @KIOSOmaha Click To Tweet

While Omaha native Sara Croll was back in her hometown this week, she had a chance to chat with Mike Hogan, host of the Live and Local program on Omaha Public Radio, about some really important concepts in her newly released book. Click below to listen to the interview.

 

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