cathy_tsuda

I read this suggestion attached to a Math Daily 3 video about the 10 steps to independence.

“At the time this video was filmed, Karen was trying to give more students a chance to particpate and was not aware of the importance of having the same student model both. Her practice has since changed.”

What is the reasoning behind “having the same student model both?”

Looking forward to your thoughts.


04.23.2018

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We usually choose a child who “might” be one who has difficulty staying on task to model what it might look like if someone was off task. We then have that same student model correct behaviors, helping build their “muscle memory” of what it looks like to be on task.
Then, during daily 5, if that student does gt off track, we can remind them of the modeling they did, and how we know they CAN do it.

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cathy tsuda

Thank you for the clarification and quick reply. Sure appreciate it!

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