It all started in preschool and kindergarten. Every week, our teacher would ask us to bring something to class for show-n-tell. We would bring our beloved stuffed animal or a coin from a foreign country or a favorite toy or whatever caught our eye on the way out the door to school. The purpose of show-n-tell was to stand in front of the class and tell our classmates something about the object. The goal was for us to practice talking and communicating with others. The goal was not for the class to learn more about each child. Read more
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