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  • Lena Tunon

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    April 11, 2021 at 4:41 am

    I think upstream thinking is really a difficult skill to develop. For me, the more I see kids try to solve problems, the better I get at predicting the types of approaches and or errors that kids will encounter. For me, it helps to think about the practice of teaching in 2-3 year chunks and to use the experiences gained in one year or one term to develop for the future years or lessons. I just wonder, how can I do better for those students who are in front of me the FIRST time I try a lesson.