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Identifying and responding to students' needs

Identifying and responding to students' needs

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Check out my new post, Maslow's Hierarchy Hits Home, for a key to me turning things around as a struggling new teacher: an appreciation for the disconnect between where I was on Maslow's hierarchy of needs and where my students were.

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