A Student's Skill-Level Should be Private

A student's skill level should be a private matter, between him and the teacher, and students who are behind should be able to work comfortably, without embarrassment. "They know they should know more. They know they should not be working on tens and ones when their friends are doing division and fractions and all that, and there's no shame in working on it with the computer." Actually, the same principle applies to kids who are off-the-charts advanced: if they just want to relax and do high-level work without the stigma of being a brainiac, he said, "Nobody needs to know."


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 The Game Believes in You: How Digital Play Can Make Our Kids Smarter
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Toppo, Greg (2015421), The Game Believes in You: How Digital Play Can Make Our Kids Smarter, Retrieved on 2018-04-15
Folksonomies: gaming game-based learning