Monthly Archives: December 2013

Day 36: Whole class feedback

Today we had a great whiteboarding discussion that reminded me how strong the students are in my physics classes. At the same time, they are still making lots of errors that seem to indicate they aren’t getting enough practice outside … Continue reading

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Day 35: the end of remediation

skips a month or so… Inspired by Michael Pershan and Frank Noschese, I’ve decide to try an experiment with ending trying to help a struggling student by pushing them on questions about present and future material, rather than going back … Continue reading

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