A Ten-Stage Routine
A Two-part Activity
A Four-Quadrant Approach
Three Categories of Sprints
How do Sprints differ from other written fluency drills?
Some Sprints are too hard for some of my students. Should I give different Sprints to different students?
How often should I collect Sprints?
How do you deal with student anxiety while taking a Sprint?
How often should I deliver Sprints?
I don't deliver Sprints because I'm philosophically opposed to competition in the classroom.
How long should each Sprint last?
How many Sprints should I deliver during a school year?
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