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    • Julie M

      The Bandaid Lesson - after this your students will stop saying, "That's not fair!!!" - Saylor's Log: Differentiation

    • Meghan Marie

      (differentiation lesson) **The Bandaid Lesson - great!** Lesson to explain differentiation to more "that isn't fair" after this demonstration! Good first day of school lesson, love!

    • Brandi Wiggins

      **The Bandaid Lesson - Lesson to explain differentiation to students! Good first day of school lesson, love!....will be using this when i start teaching, can't tell you how many times a day i hear "that's not fair".

    • Andrea Gellerstein

      Saylor's Log: Differentiation. Love this bandaid lesson for teaching kids what it means to differentiate!

    • Tana Miller

      The Band Aid Lesson explains differentiation to students... no more "that isn't fair" after this demonstration! Good first day of school lesson! Awesome!

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