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Teaching Decisions: Responding

How effectively does the teacher determine when to clarify, explain, question, or let a student struggle?

From the Lesson:

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From the Discussion about the Lesson:

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Lesson Analysis 1: Identify an example of when the teacher responds to students by offering clarification, by explaining, by questioning, and by letting the student struggle.

Reflective Task 1: Describe the student-teacher interactions during the task debriefing discussions and assess the effectiveness of these interactions.

Reflective Task 2: How do you think the teacher makes decisions regarding how to support learning? What evidence is there to support your conjectures?

Personal Reflection 1: What decision rules do you use to decide when to tell, when to question, when to clarify, and when to let a student struggle?

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