Narrator: Mr. Carter, a middle-school general education teacher, is concerned about the inconsistent progress of a few of his students. Assignments are late, incomplete, incorrect, or not done at all.
Mr. Carter: Sometimes these students do well, and they complete the tasks that I require. Sometimes when I check in with them, they seem to understand the lesson. But other times, you’d think that we’d never gone over the material. It can get a little confusing. What am I doing wrong?
Narrator: Because his students are experiencing so many problems, Mr. Carter decides to make an appointment to speak with Ms. Lin, the lead teacher. He hopes she can help him come up with some answers.
Here’s Your Challenge:
Why do you think Mr. Carter’s students are having difficulty in remembering what he has taught them?