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Just Listen: Taking School Seriously
Farhan, in 11th grade, describes how teacher expectations in his AP bio course changed his entire approach to school.
Just Listen: Discovering Documentary
Rashaun, in grade 11, discovered a new passion for documentary film-making through a class project.
Just Listen: Challenge Is Motivating
Kenneth, in grade 11, says that increasing the challenge level "keeps me motivated to wanting to do more" whether it's in math or sports.
Just Listen: Seeking Diverse Perspectives
Arielle, in grade 10, describes the value of discussing ideas with students whose backgrounds are different from hers. "Your teachers put you in groups with different people to get different ideas," she says. "If you're in a group with all the same type of people, you're only gonna get one idea."
Just Listen: Friendship with Teachers
Hannah, in grade 10, says that "it strengthens your relationship with the school itself" when students have a friendly connection with teachers. Whether speaking in front of the class or just getting the work done, "it makes you feel a lot more comfortable," she says.
Just Listen: Being 16 in Different Cultures
Maranda, in grade 11, describes a class in which students used anthropological methods to investigate the experience of 16-year-olds in cultures around the world. "It was different for a lot of us," she says. "It was very different."
Just Listen: It Depends How They Say It
Wilson, in grade 11, talks about what makes criticism helpful and effective.
Just Listen: I Try to Push Myself
Wilson, in 11th grade, explains how he reflects on his own performance so he can keep improving. He knows other people might be thinking he could do better, he says, but they might not be telling him. "I have myself also in case they're not telling me," he adds.
Just Listen: Between Two Cultures
Daniela, in grade 12, explains that leaving Colombia and growing up in the United States has changed her in ways she never expected.
Just Listen: Pushing Your Limits
Arielle, a tenth grader, says her school "makes me want to do more than what I think I can do." When teachers push her, they "help me to become something," she says, and when she gets to college, "I think I'll be ready."
Just Listen: A Passion for Math
Kenneth, in grade 11, reflects on what he'd like to do after high school.
Just Listen: Parents with High Expectations
Wilson, in 11th grade, talks about how his parents push him and keep him focused on his goals.
Just Listen: Learning from Students
Maranda, in grade 11, observes that the teachers who are truly dedicated to their jobs feel they have a lot to learn from students as well.
Just Listen: An Opportunity to Improve
Wedjeena, in grade 9, explains how her social studies teacher gives her multiple chances to learn the material and improve her grade.
Just Listen: Dealing with Distractions
Maranda, in grade 11, reflects on the distractions that can interfere with schoolwork.
Just Listen: Setting Our Own Goals
Kyle, in grade 10, reflects on how the minds of teenagers develop to the point where they can set and reach their own goals.
Just Listen: Get to Know Your Students
Kyle, a tenth grader, says it makes a big difference when his teachers take time at the start of the year to build a sense of community in the classroom.
Just Listen: Using What We Learn
Kyle, in grade 10, says he knows he's really learning something when he uses it in his everyday life.
Just Listen: Math Is Everywhere
Wilson, in grade 11, talks about how he relates mathematical concepts to sports.
Just Listen: The Power of Teacher Expectations
Rashaun, in grade 11, says his teachers motivate him when they show real interest in him along with a belief that he can go far.
Just Listen: Differentiating Instruction
Kenneth, in 11th grade, explains how a teacher must differentiate instruction to ensure that all students in a class are challenged in accordance with their individual levels of understanding and skill.
Just Listen: Raising Your Hand
Elijah, in grade 11, thinks about what it means when a teacher does--or doesn't--call on you.
Just Listen: Teachers as Role Models
Maksoom, in grade 11, looks to her teachers "to show you how the real world is."
Just Listen: Talking with Teachers
Maranda, in 11th grade, says being able to talk to your teachers about personal matters makes classroom relationships much stronger.
Just Listen: Learning from My Peers
Kenneth, in grade 11, explains that it can sometimes be easier to learn from a peer than from a teacher.
Just Listen: Exploring Other Cultures
Elijah, in grade 11, talks about an anthropology class that broadened his views on how other teenagers live.
Just Listen: Transition to Adulthood
Farhan, in grade 11, talks about the making the transition from being a middle schooler playing football at recess to a pre-college student. "I think that that transition from school to college is what I'm gonna remember most."
Just Listen: Making Education Relevant
Maranda, in 11th grade, thinks schools have got better at making material relevant to teenagers.
Just Listen: The Personal Connection
Maksoom, in 11th grade, says it's important for teachers to connect with students personally--students get more out of the material that way.
Just Listen: Accepting Differences
Hannah, in grade 10, talks about how her school has helped her become more open to people who are different from her.
Just Listen: Positive Teachers
Elijah, in grade 11, explains how he can tell whether teachers like their jobs or not, and describes the impact it has on him.
Just Listen: Humor Makes Learning Fun
Carla, in grade 10, talks about the importance of finding something to laugh at in every class.
Just Listen: The Value of Practice
Rashaun, in grade 11, talks about how coaches and teachers push you to keep practicing new skills until you've got them down.
Just Listen: Getting Along with Others
Thomas, in 9th grade, reflects on how he's become more easygoing with other people.
Just Listen: You Gotta Keep Going
Rashaun, in grade 11, talks about how a good coach pushes him just to his limit but not beyond. If teachers keep pushing, he says, "finally it comes through and I get it."
Just Listen: Life in Two Languages
Wilson, in grade 11, reflects on some of the ways he uses both English and Spanish.
Just Listen: Helping Around the House
Garlyn, in grade 10, describes her responsibilities at home.
Just Listen: The "Opportunity Network"
Farhan, in eleventh grade, describes an "opportunity network" program in which he connects and learns from professionals in different fields. A few years back, they were "in my position literally," he says. But now, "from speaking to them, I learned a lot about what it means to be an adult."
Just Listen: I Can't Believe I Did That
Daniela, in grade 12, describes a dance performance in which she appeared before 1000 people. Even though it was a nerve-wracking experience, "I was so happy," she says. "I don't think I would have ever done that in Colombia."
Just Listen: Being Someone, Doing Something
Kenneth, in grade 11, muses about how his growing passion for math could shape his future out in the world.
Just Listen: We're All Individuals
Elijah, in 11th grade, talks about the time it takes to get to know him as a person, not just another student.
Just Listen: Getting Help
Maranda, in grade 11, talks about the importance of learning to ask for help.
Just Listen: Building a House
Michecarly, in grade 12, describes a geometry assignment that required him and his friends to form a team and work together to build a model house.
Just Listen: Pursuing My Interests
Erica, in 9th grade, talks about a forensics class that was important to her because of her career aspirations.
Just Listen: The Green Car Project
Amanda, in grade 11, didn't know much about cars when she took a course about fueling the autos of tomorrow. But once she realized "how's everybody's gonna be affected," she got interested enough that her father was "kind of in shock."
Just Listen: Imagining Teachers as Kids
Elijah, in grade 11, wonders how his teachers thought and behaved when they were his age.
Just Listen: Your Ideas Turn Out Better
Arielle, in grade 10, explains how her teachers help students learn by coaching them while they're working in small groups.
Just Listen: Reviewing Our Answers
Wedjeena, in grade 9, says she appreciates the way her teachers approach testing. They don't give students the correct answers afterwards, she says. "We have to do it ourselves, what we did wrong, and [he has] examples and stuff that will help us... When the teacher just says, 'This is wrong,' or 'This is how you do it,' I don't think that's going to help us."
Just Listen: Taking Care of My Brothers
Wedjeena, in grade 9, describes caring for her two little brothers while simultaneously making sure she gets her schoolwork done.
Just Listen: House Rules
Carla, in 10th grade, talks about what it's like to be in school at the same time as her mom.

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