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Creating Student Groups at LPS Richmond

Sophia Thomas, teacher, explains her strategy for creating learning groups.


Transcript: Sophia Thomas: When I do the group, I'm looking at a couple of things. I'm looking at the data on my teacher dashboard. I'm looking at the planner. I'm also checking out what kids are doing for homework. I generally try to pull kids that are in the general same area. You'll find out they're from several different groups. It's like creating little experts that go back to their team and spill that knowledge.

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