Boy Meets World: Not Always One Right Answer
  • Pedagogy → Student Success → No Single Correct Answer

Mr. Feeny poses a word problem to his students, and Corey correctly explains that the purpose of the problem is not to test the class' ability to find the correct answer but to understand that there is not always a correct answer.

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  • Dr. Weber
    almost 2 years ago
    This clip was used as part of an online book study for teachers. The teachers were studying Chapter 4 of Mary Cay Ricci's books Mindsets in the Classroom.
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