Hi everyone, I've got something that i'm a bit stuck on, just wondering how you would interpret this... For my interview we have to do an additional day of school observation beforehand, and one of our interview questions is; Describe some aspect of children's learning that you observed from your day in school. What might be the implications of what you saw for you as a beginning teacher? I don't know about you guys but this is a bit vague for my liking. I've been thinking for the last couple of weeks about what they mean by "some aspect of children's learning" and i now have my observation day fast approaching (it's on monday). Do they mean how the children are learning or what they are learning... Or do you think they've meant to leave it open to interpretation? Any input would be much appreciated, i'm really stuck as to what to look for during my observation day on how to approach this question! Thanks again and good luck to every one!!