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jack- thank you for going first presenting book report.
your voice was clear and powerful. I especially enjoyed the humor!
ladies- you are doing it! keep trying- each time you are getting closer to the answer! keep up the hard work! this is a difficult experiment.
we can't figure out this science project! help!! its too hard.
I hate math. I got such a bad grade. I will never be able to do these equations.
Jon- you did better then your last assessment - you are improving. You WILL be able to do these equations - just not yet. Go review and try again.
using specific, timely feedback
acknowledgement and encouragement of effort. encouraging students to learn at higher levels. Encouragement - praise for even failure leads to resilience
"just not yet" - an example of acknowledging then encouraging students to keep trying until mastery. focus on "anything is possible with effort"
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