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MemberJuly 6, 2019 at 1:48 pm
Question regarding going back to re-introduce concepts and skills students will need: what do you do when the majority of the class has mastery (even unconscious mastery) of a concept but a student or two does not? Do you meet separately with those students? I have seen teachers get “hung up” on this and spend way too long on a topic that some students are not mastering. Spiraling seems like a good answer to this, since you know you’ll come back to the concept again. But if you are building towards a learning goal, such as linear relations, and someone is not understanding proportions, what do you guys do?