Day 2 PP-What the research says

Day 2 PP-What the research says - What the research says

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What the research says… It is the most important thing you can do in a classroom:  ENGAGEMENT Smith - can sum up all education in 7 words: “We learn from the  company we keep” For example, if we are around literate people who engage in reading  and writing and value them, we will tend to engage in reading and  writing and value it. Everyone needs to feel part of some group.  The importance of  bonding in classrooms—especially in middle and secondary level  classrooms—is well established if children are to succeed (Johnston,  1994).  It is easier for students to learn from people who they feel care  about them and whom they care about. The theoretical basis for this theme is the sociocultural theory of  learning posited by Vygotsky (1978), Smith (1988) and Goodman  (1982), among others.  Vygotsky argued that learning happens first on 
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