Losing the answer key

We all want to help. We want our students to succeed in their work in our classrooms. We want them to feel protected. We want them to recognize their limitless potential. But sometimes, our desire to help is challenged by the realities of the modern classroom: time constraints, aggressive pacing guides, ever-changing curricula, and other factors compete for our attention. In some situations, we feel like we have to be the Answer Key, and we may provide too much support, and even give answers, to comfort struggling students. But when we rush in with an answer, what message are we sending to our students? Wait... When we give an answer, we send the message that we don't want challenges or stru

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