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Diagnostics to Help Students See Academic Growth at LPS Richmond

Sophia Thomas, teacher, asks students to reflect on their growth by looking back at their starting point.


Transcript: Sophia Thomas: There's also a diagnostic at the start. We make them take a diagnostic to identify the foundation. This is where you're starting. I want them to compare how much they've grown over the course of that unit. How much time they spent and how much their knowledge has increased.

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