5x5 model may help educators, students connect

5x5 model may help educators, students connect

5x5 model may help educators, students connect
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Educators can develop better relationships with their students by focusing on a few students every day in a deliberate way, writes Todd Finley, a professor at East Carolina University and a former K-12 teacher. In this blog post, he describes the process behind his "5x5 assessment," in which an educator contemplates questions about five students every day, then interacts with them.

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