Perhaps the A+ student doesn't have to be included with the rabble.
A+ could be allowed to continue to work independently if you can at
all manage it.
You can certainly justify the inequity of the materials assignments
by meeting the diverse needs of the individual students. If you can
manage it and not make it seem punitive but rather the approach is to
base materials assignments on the skill level demonstrated by certain
students and on the ability to use/care for materials appropriately.
Good luck with these challenging -----.
Sharon from NJ
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>Subject: Re: Love/Hate relationship with teaching: aunt hoppy.
>Date: Thu, Feb 8, 2001, 9:57 PM
> Spent the day looking for alternate
> plans for
> those that obviously cannot handle the materials. Will make more work for
> but those are the choices these students have made. I feel badly for an A+
> student in that class. The rest of the Pita's are supposedly seniors that
> to act like 5 year olds. Day off tomorrow to recoup.
> Hang in there,
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