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  • Katrina van Lierop

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    March 28, 2022 at 11:18 am

    This is an area where I struggle. I have had groups that struggle with a concept, say Dividing fractions for example. My lesson planning has me scheduled to move on to adding fractions, but it is apparent that a group of students does not have a grasp of the topic. I don’t often have time to replan for the next day, so what do I do? I have spiralled in coures before but I get bogged down in the overwhelming task of tracking learning and reporting learning to parents and students. I inevitably fall back on the traditional style of units. So 2 questions: Does the pivot have to happen immediately after the initial lesson? How do you deal with tracking evidence of learning while spiralling? I am booged down with multiple pages to enter assessment of learning for multiple curriculum expectations, I get so overwhelmed.