Making Responsive Instructional Decisions


This tool can be used when reflecting on any science lesson. It can help you organize what you noticed from students so that you can make instructional decisions that respond to and build on where they are. The tool can be used individually or collaboratively; we have found it to be a useful way to structure a post-lesson debrief with multiple participants who attended closely to student thinking during the lesson.



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