“It made us rethink: What do they need us to be physically present for?” Bergmann says. “They need us to be physically present to help them when they’re struggling. We were finding that kids would go home and they’d be looking back at their notes, and even though they frantically wrote down everything we wrote on the board, they didn’t know how we got from Point A to Point B. That’s when we decided to switch things around.”
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