Kumashiro defines common sense as something everyone should know, however; everyone’s common sense may vary depending on where you live in the world. Kumashiro says it should focus more on observing and questioning rather than something that should only influence education or the curriculum. It is important to pay attention to common sense because everyone defines it differently. Just because what you and I think is common sense that does not mean everyone else thinks it is. We cannot assume everything is common sense because the majority of people know it. As a teacher, we have to understand that the classroom is a diverse place and every student brings a different set of knowledge depending on where they are from and other influential factors.
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-Everyone should be treated equally -There is no such thing as a “stupid” question -Everyone learns differently -Everyone learns at their own pace -Teachers should make their students feel welcome and accepted -Reducing play and outside time is not benefiting … Continue reading