When we had a one week break with the calc kids over the Thanksgiving break, they forgot pretty much everything they had learned about the chain rule, and now a lot of them are going to struggle with the rest of the course because of it. I could tell that it wasn't sinking in quite right when I was teaching it, but I attributed that largely to student absence and refusal to do homework/come for extra help (everyone was busy with college applications). I thought that they'd study it over break to catch up, but for the most part they didn't. What do you do to make sure that kids don't lose everything over break?
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