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Response to Too Much Correction
Sat Jun 13, 2015 14:12

I know what you mean about offering too much "correction". When working with students with a disability, however, it is often about offering prompts and supports necessary for a student to succeed. Starting off with maximum prompts and then cutting back when the student no longer needs them is one way to approach the situation. I also always try to make sure I offer students class work that does not require too many prompts, so they have that sense of being able to do it themselves. Very good point!

  • Too Much Correction - Karley Ingold, Sat Jun 13 11:21
    After watching the WORDS video I have some questions about the methods of correction that the teacher used. I'm not sure if the student would have gotten the correct answers if the teacher had not... more
    • I'm glad you brought that up - Britt Hatcher, Sat Jun 13 18:00
      I am really glad that you brought this up. When I was discussing things with my group, I had mentioned something about teachers giving too much help and not letting the student(s) work things out on... more
    • Response - Too Much Correction - Chelsea King, Sat Jun 13 17:07
      I had these exact same thoughts as I was watching this video. Seeing that the student understood the concept of the activity, I feel the person in this video may have provided too much correction and ... more
    • Response to Too Much Correction - Mary Carsley, Sat Jun 13 14:12
      • Re: Response to Too Much Correction - Karley Ingold, Sat Jun 13 15:53
        I understand that it is important to keep motivation and moral up in these students but do they end up just memorizing the activity that they complete multiple times with prompts or are they actually ... more
    • RE: Too Much - Kelsie Fender , Sat Jun 13 13:48
      Karly, After viewing the video I also wondered if the student would have gotten the answers correct without so much teacher aid. I feel as though the question "how much help is really necessary" is a ... more
    • Re: Too Much Correction - Alexandria Spurrier, Sat Jun 13 13:43
      This a great question and I ask myself this all the time. I particularly think about this when I am helping any student in the classroom with their work because I don't know if they just need some... more
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