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Choosing to Demonstrate Advanced Knowledge at Lindsay

Teacher Marla Earnest explains how students who achieve proficiency on a standard can choose to demonstrate deeper mastery.


Transcript: Marla Earnest: The fours are always student choice. If they want to show that they have advanced knowledge of this particular topic that's a voice and choice issue because what we want is we want proficiency in all of our learners. Yes, we want them being pushed to the advanced, but it's not my choice. I offer them that level four. And honestly, we have more and more learners wanting that level four, even in our English language classes. They want to show, "Hey, I got this. I'm advanced. Let me show you."

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