INTERVIEWING

Among the concepts we hope to instill in students is the outward-facing perspective, that it's not always "all about us." Here's a novel way to practice that approach while allowing students to keep a bit of "me" in play.

List All Study Tools of the Trade Tagged with: Interviewing, Teaching, Writing

Interviewing strangers can be hard for students. Interviewing people in their own community can be harder. Getting their "untold story" can be darn near impossible - but here's help.

List All Study Tools of the Trade Tagged with: Interviewing, Teaching, Writing

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