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I plan for educational opportunities. This has evolved from what I do in the classroom to what my students are going to be engaged in. Anticipating the kinds of questions I should be asking of my students and their possible responses are also part of my planning more:
1) Consider time management (pacing) including review. What does the TE suggest about the length of time for students to learn certain standards, and then cater that to you students' needs, and then up to a student's individual need while assessing.
2) Individual activity vs. work done in teams. When is it appropriate to do one or both?
3) Access and restrictions to resource, equipment, physical space, and other materials.
4) Opportunity to reteach.
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