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Allison Powers
Prompting
Sat Jun 13, 2015 21:04
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I totally agree with you. I think scaffolding is a hard thing to do. Balancing how much to push them to do, when to let up, when to help, and when to let them do it independently is a lot to think about. I think one think I noticed in the videos was that the teacher sort of let the student lead. They followed the kids lead and then prompted as they saw fit, after offering ample waiting time.

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