Learning from errors is better than preventing them

01/2/2012 | Education Week Teacher

Allowing students to make mistakes and become frustrated puts them on a path to deeper learning as their struggle can help lead them to a better grasp of the material, according to instructional coach David Ginsburg. Teachers should anticipate students' mistakes, allow them to make the errors and have a plan to help them troubleshoot, Ginsburg writes.

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