Stream, Download and Share
Steve Hinds demonstrates and discusses how teacher efforts to be helpful can sometimes backfire and limit opportunities for student learning. (Click here for the background essay.)
Do you give students hints or suggested strategies even though they might be able to find their way to a solution without this type of direct assistance?
Does limited classroom time impact how much you feel you can allow students to grapple with new ideas?
© 2016 PBS & WGBH Educational Foundation.
All rights reserved.
You must be logged in to use this feature
Assign directly to your students using the code or link above, without having them log in. Simply tell your students to go to
www.pbsstudents.org and enter the Assignment Code, or click on the Assignment URL to share the assignment as a link.