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Labels limit learning: James Nottingham at TEDxNorrkopingED

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Published on Oct 25, 2012

Educational consultant James Nottingham draws attention to the problem of labelling children - even when those labels seem positive. He describes the impact of labels - good and bad - on student expectations and how this affects learning. He then offers us alternatives - to focus on student progress (rather than rank order) and to use labels to describe actions rather than people.
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