Empowering young mathematicians is as energizing for teachers as it is for the children and the more clarity both teachers and students have, the better they are able to teach and learn.
Listen as a 4th grade special education teacher describes how success criteria and Peer Power have accelerated learning for all students at Lefferts Park Elementary in Brooklyn, NY.
After three or four years of working with Impact Teams, this school has seen a real change in the way students attack their learning. Success criteria helps to focus learning and expectations and teachers are able to be facilitators rather than the only experts in the room.
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