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3. Document What Doesn’t Work

Sometimes finding the answer to a problem requires the process of elimination. Have your students attempt to solve a problem at least two different ways before reaching out to you for help. Even better, encourage them write down their “Not-The-Answers” so you can see their thought process when you do step in to support. Cool thing is, you likely won’t need to! By attempting to solve a problem in multiple different ways, students will often come across the answer on their own.

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