不一样的成长手册(大学篇:教育)
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  • 作   者:

    邹奇奇
    Adora Svitak

  • 出版社:

    外语教学与研究出版社
    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

  • 语   言:

    英文

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    ¥7.90

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看看“世界上最聪明的孩子”是如何描述自己的创作体验的。

邹奇奇是一名华裔女孩,被誉为“世界上最聪明的孩子”。3岁时就开始阅读各种书籍,4岁时开始写作,6岁用妈妈买的笔记本电脑写作,2005年8岁时就出版12万字的故事集《飞扬的手指》轰动美国。“学习成绩优异,每次考试都拿高分到底是不是一件好事?”邹奇奇通过博客分享道,一直拿高分也并非是一件好事。这个看似每个好学生都应该追求的目标在某种程度上反而会阻碍学生进步。本册收集了邹奇奇所撰写的大量有关教育问题的博客文章。针对“如何解决学生不爱写作”等诸多有关教育事业的具体问题,邹奇奇结合自身实际经历,分享其感悟,并提出建议。

邹奇奇是一名1997年出生于美国的华裔女孩。她2岁半能读写简单词语,3岁半开始阅读有章节的书籍,7岁出版12万字故事集《飞扬的手指》,11岁登上TED演讲,2016年被美国媒体誉为“世界上最聪明的孩子”。

There’s a danger to praising students too much and always giving good grades—the student gets a certain sense of complacency. We might be tempted to think, “Oh, the teacher will always give us 100%. We don’t have to work that hard.” On the other hand, the student might even feel a sense of powerlessness. For instance, I try to craft my writing as well as possible, but I feel like my writing is for naught—as though 100% is a guaranteed, unchanging grade, and that no matter what I do, I’ll always get that. Getting A’s might seem reassuring, but I like knowing why I got that grade—and the answer to that usually lies in the rubric.

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