When I was reading this article and reflecting on my own teaching practices and my learning environment as a whole, I pondered on whether, coexist could be added to the seven C's list, in the sense of,' to exist together in peace, in spite of differences', as defined by The Chambers Dictionary.
Having taught for many years and with varying age groups, I have found that when students' comprehend that I am there to work with them and not against them, or as some kind of figure that stands judgementally above them, then the learning environment evolves into an active working community. This doesn't mean that it's perfect, or that friction is absent,or that dynamic interactions are quashed, but there is an understanding that if learning is going to be a postive and successful experience, then it's better to accept and respect differences and use them to take learning forward, in order to coexist healthily.
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