The relationship between teacher and student has remained much the same for centuries. Students come in from recess excited about something they had witnessed and the teacher disregards much of what they have to say. On occasion the teacher will separate students and ask them to draw what they had seen so that they may compare their stories. At that point some teachers may believe the students’ statements while others dismiss them only to carry guilt when it is later revealed that the students were telling the truth. The Arial School in Zimbabwe is one example while another is Westall which you can read about below.