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Increase the likelihood that you’ll recognise and respond to errors by planning for common mistakes in advance. Don’t just do it spur of the moment. It’s hard to predict exactly who will struggle with what. It is easy to predict broadly what pupils may struggle with and then plan how you can adapt for this.Why is Learning from Mistakes Important?
Making mistakes is a fundamental part of the learning process. Learning from mistakes is essential so that that students do not run the risk of repeating them. This can teach them to solve problems, manage emotions while allowing them to develop and grow. Click here to learn about the Culture of Error.