Hey everyone, I’m hoping you all will be so kind as to answer a question for me. At the moment I can't reveal my motivations behind asking the question, to prevent the corrupting influence of the infamous Hawthorne Effect, but please, if you will, be as frank as you can in your response. If you can, or feel like it, explain your answer in at least 3 sentences, that would be fantastic. But then again, who the hell do I think I am, telling you what to do? But seriously, the longer your is answer is, the better. Anyways, without any further rambling… the question. Two students are sitting in a classroom. The students are exactly the same in every way except one, education. One student is markedly further in his education than the other. The other child does not suffer from any handicaps or learning disabilities, he is essentially as intelligent as the other child, just further behind in terms of where he is academically. Both children must be taught simultaneously and must be presented with the same exact lesson plan. What would you do if you were the teacher?