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A Teacher's Analysis of When a Lesson Goes Wrong (Video)

Sarah Brown Wessling, an English teacher at Johnston High School in Iowa, shares how she bounces back after a lesson goes wrong. Overplanning can result in an overly complex lesson, so it's important to make changes as the lesson goes on, based on the needs of students.


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