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Collecting, correcting, recording, and returning seatwork assignments (for the teacher)
Completing assigned work on their own (for the student)


Responses would include strategies for challenges so for teachers some examples would include providing more time for seatwork assignments, giving students more individual teacher time, elimination of worksheets and more hands on activities, etc.
Strategies for student to complete assigned work on their own could be individual desks, clarity of directions to prevent confusion, making sure students know the allotted time to complete task, etc.


what are some mlre ideas

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