provide the appropriate support
Exemplary Equitable Education
Jeanette Garcia Gallego

Jeannette, your entire post seems so authentic and thought out, thank you for sharing your thoughts with us!

This specific section (scaffolding) really stood out to me, particularly because it is something that I struggle with.

I understand that scaffolding is necessary and helpful to all students, but my question to you is, how do you ensure that scaffolding remains as a tool for support, and ensure that it doesn’t become differentiation in which you’re creating levels of students, and end up in a deficit model? I’d love to hear your thoughts on this!

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