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BC: The End

FC: Protection from Adverse Consequences for Initial Failure | Protection through Faith?

1: Frederick Douglas | IF THERE IS NO STRUGGLE, THERE IS NO PROGRESS.

2: There are two keys to protecting students to adverse consequences from initial failures: 1. protect students from negative consequences 2. provide continuous feedback. | Taken from Engaging Students by Phillip C. Schlechty

4: Teacher provides multiple opportunities for success.

5: Students, teachers, and parents must support standards and understand their importance.

6: Continuous feedback does not mean the teacher must grade everything and become overwhelmed.

7: Teachers communicate one-on-one with students to determine what needs they have.

8: Teachers provide a safe environment, while students do not feel ridiculed.

9: Through peer and teacher support, students are encouraged to be risk-takers.

10: Failure is not an option.

11: There can be miracles, when you believe. Though hope is frail, it is hard to kill. Who knows what miracles you can achieve. When you believe, somehow you will. You will when you believe. Mariah Carrey

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  • Title: Protection through Faith?
  • Protection from Adverse Consequences Through Faith
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