"NO" is a show stopper. Most of the time, nothing creative, productive, or worthwhile happens after "NO". Of course there are times when "NO" is appropriate, perhaps even essential, but often parents and teachers do not stop to evaluate the situation to see if it is really one of those times. Automatically, many of us say "NO," without really thinking about it. Avoid saying "No" with these eight suggestions
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Here's a quick guide to using rotations in math instruction. This model includes teacher time, seat work, fact practice, and game time.