Plan for Error

Break It Down

Respond to incorrect answers in a way that helps students get to "right"

Even when you anticipate student error effectively, you'll need to be ready for a wide variety of types of struggle and errors that you haven’t planned for or anticipated. Students will fail to recall what they know. They will get stuck. They will lose their trains of thought. Mistakes and struggle will appear in a dozen ways and at moments you hadn’t thought about in advance. In those cases, you need some techniques to help you teach your best, and Break It Down can help. Check out this training to learn more.