Teacher: Don't give students the answers

Many teachers are actually too compassionate and should let their students struggle some with material -- rather than rush to help them with the answers, according to a presenter during the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics' national conference. One teacher writes that while it might be difficult to watch, students will learn more if teachers ask more questions to help the students arrive at the right answers themselves.

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