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Allocating Teacher Time in Class at LPS Richmond

Sophia Thomas, teacher, shares her thinking behind how she allocates her time with students given competing priorities and needs.

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Transcript: Sophia Thomas: I try to touch all my students throughout the week. My first group, for the most part, are my low flyers. Those are the kids that I create their weekly plan. They are the ones who struggle to decide what am I going to do? They would take 25 minutes to decide this is a task I want to work. I'm like nope. We aren't doing that. I generally have their weekly plan outlined. I'm checking in to see where they're at on their weekly plan. In one of the classes, one of the girls just said to me that she no longer needs my plan.

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