How to start Re-Teaching Effectively?

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Re-teaching is an essential part of instruction that promotes student learning and motivation. Teachers should continuously monitor the progress of students to make sure the concepts and skills are mastered. 

When teachers identify students who have not understood the concepts presented, either by formal or informal assessments, they should then select re-teaching activities that present the content in a new or different way.

Explore the resources below on how to go about re-teaching and then describe in 3-4 sentences how you normally approach this area and any helpful strategies you took away from the resources. 

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