By Edgar L. Edwards

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Rather than ask why a student is unable to leam a concept, the teacher asks what changes in teaching strategy would enable the student to become successful. The teacher gives explanations and presentations that are adapted to the students’ needs with a sensitivity to the levels of abstraction at which the students are functioning. The teacher makes liberal use of concrete materials and visuals to help the students understand the concepts being presented. Expectations und Structuring Lessons for Success A teacher with high expectations teaches lessons that are structured for success.

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From which company should Emily tell him to rent? One very valuable aspect to this problem is that its solution depends on the particular description that each student gives for the Bouck family’s trip. Do they drive straight to Yellowstone National Park and back? Do they explore along the way and around the Yellowstone Park area? How many miles per day do they average over the eight days? The students could also be asked to describe more generally how to figure the bill for each car-rental agency (write the function) and to describe under what circumstances, if any, each dealer has the best rates.