Draws on alternative knowledge resources, and/or makes significant epistemological accommodation in response to lack of intended technology or resource.
Draws on alternative knowledge resources, and/or makes significant epistemological accommodation in response to availability of unplanned for technology or resource.
Finds an alternative means to explain a concept or demonstrate a procedure in the intended way following failure of technology or lack of expected resource.
Unplanned technology/resource presents a representation that does not support understanding of the concepts or procedures being taught.
Examples used are not appropriate for developing understanding when used in relation to the unplanned representation.
Does not alter planned lesson script, including predetermined examples, to accommodate the new technology or resource.