Allowing students to think, sort and solve all sorts of problems every day at school = students making choices with positive outcomes.
Can you please sharpen my pencil, find my book, hold my jumper, find me a pencil, get me some information, show me where to put my work, tell me what to do next … I need, I can’t see, can you, could you, would you, should you?
Every day students are confronted with simple problems, annoying problems, problems that make them frustrated and angry.
What can you do to guide your students towards . . .
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