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Option B

Option B

Option A: students complete a paper (or electronic) worksheet of low-level knowledge and/or procedural skillsOption B: something else
Option A: students read pages from a dry-as-toast textbook and then answer publisher-provided regurgitation questionsOption B: something else
Option A: students sit quietly and take notes while a teacher lectures from her PowerPointOption B: something else
Option A: students do 15 more practice problems on material many of them already knowOption B: something else 
Option A: students complete a word search or word find to ‘learn spelling’ and/or kill timeOption B: something else 
Option A: teacher gives a pop quiz to hold students ‘accountable’ for homework they see as meaninglessOption B: something else
Option A: teacher uses ClassDojo or other behavioral control systems to force kids to comply with disengaging work tasksOption B: something else 
and so on… (what would you add?)
I wished we picked Option B more often.
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