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October 18, 2023

Adjusting Lessons: Have a Plan B

In order to ensure students are truly understanding the lesson content, teachers should always prepare a backup plan in case the first attempt doesn’t resonate with students. With the anticipation of student misunderstanding, teachers are able to move efficiently into a different strategy to help students get to the desired end result. This level of preparation demands energy and a sense of calm so that students know the change is well within the flow of learning.

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What does having a plan B have to do with assessment?
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