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Ideas for valuing weak students

Teachers from Collège Sainte-Anne share their winning strategies to support their so-called “weak third” students, without lowering their expectations of others. Today, we are discovering a strategy based on valuing the weakest students.

Reinvest by giving error its full place!

Teachers from Collège Sainte-Anne share their winning strategies to support their so-called “weak third” students, without lowering their expectations of others. Today, we are discovering one that relies on learning from its own mistakes.

Train experts in peer teaching

by Jean Desjardins and Isabelle Senécal, Collège Sainte-Anne Teachers from Collège Sainte-Anne share their winning strategies to support their so-called “third-party” students ...

Differentiate by letting the student choose the difficulty of the task

Teachers from Collège Sainte-Anne share their winning strategies to support their so-called “weak third” students, without lowering their expectations of others. Today, we are discovering a strategy based on students' self-assessment.

Assessment integrated into learning to help the weak third

Teachers from Collège Sainte-Anne share their winning strategies to support their so-called “weak third” students, without lowering their expectations of others. Today, we are discovering a strategy adopted by Daniel Nadeau, physics teacher.

Feedback via audio recordings to help the weak third

Teachers from Collège Sainte-Anne share their winning strategies to support their so-called “weak third” students, without lowering their expectations of others. Today, we discover another strategy adopted by Gabrielle St-Germain, a French teacher.

An anonymous support space to help the weak third party

Teachers from Collège Sainte-Anne share their winning strategies to support their so-called “weak third” students, without lowering their expectations of others. Today, we are discovering a strategy shared by Gabrielle St-Germain, a French teacher.

Team performance goals to help the weak third

Teachers from Collège Sainte-Anne share their winning strategies to support their so-called “weak third” students, without lowering their expectations of others. Today, we are discovering the strategy of Marie-Hélène Simard, a secondary 5 math teacher.

How to help the weak third? Winning strategies!

At a recent professional development activity at Collège Sainte-Anne, teachers were asked to reflect on their less traditional ways of supporting their students, and then attempt to communicate them to their colleagues in all subjects who expressed their interest.