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Elementary School Examining Errors in Reasoning by Anticipating Student Errors


Educator Doug Robertson

The teacher identifies errors that students are likely to make during a lesson. When presenting content, the teacher alerts students to the potential problems. For example, when a teacher introduces the process for writing a sentence, they remind students it is easy to forget the capital letter at the beginning of the sentence.

Design Area: Practicing and Deepening

Element: Examining Errors in Reasoning

Audience: Elementary School

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