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So today I was teaching a serious split in levels in my class. If any one has ideas to keep the class more interesting for the hire end students i would love to hear them.
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Thank you the second part really helps. at my mountain were not allowed to send kids off on there own so i cant split them, but the team coaching will allow me to keep my head on a swivel and less fixed. i am really appreciative of the feedback.
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