Good Enough

A wise person once said, “Good enough is not good enough when better is possible.”   In thinking about or teaching experiences, are we providing additional supports for children to always produce their best work?

Food for Thought:

  • Plan for effective, concrete, and rigorous checks for understanding
  • Clearly aligned student objectives with scaffolding questions and/or end of lesson assessment activities
  • High expectations, particularly around quality of student work
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Author: taylormitch

Grade 4 Teacher

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