Clip 17/24: Closure
In this clip, Hillary Lewis-Wolfsen asks the students to reflect on the re-engagement lesson on their "think sheets," invites them to revise their original assessments with red pens, and thanks them for their active participation.
It seems like there is never enough time, no matter how long we are given to teach a lesson. I love that Saurabh was captured in this one--for this lesson, he shined. I don’t know if his classmates had time to process what he was saying, but he was proud.
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