“If we know how to listen to children, children can give back to us the pleasure of amazement, marvel, doubt…the ability to look at life as a process of searching for meaning.”

                                                        ~Carla Rinaldi
This implies that the teacher would be quiet at times to be able to listen to children.  What strategies could you employ to find out “Whose voice you hear” in the classroom? Have you ever asked the children, ” In the classroom, who talks more- the teacher or the children?”  It would be an interesting conversation!