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  • Jorgelina Corral

    Member
    April 6, 2022 at 11:57 am

    I am reading the points others wrote, but this task was extremely difficult for me. As a new teacher, I don’t make these groups. I don’t think any of my students are bad at math. I approached it trying to think from the perspective of the student that believes this about his/her/themself.

    Good – motivated to work, likes to try because they “know” they will be successful.

    Bad – sits and waits for an example problem to be worked out for them because they are afraid to attempt it, or believe they will not get it right “anyway.”

    Both – Genuinely want to learn.