Last week, Adam Schoenbart, high school English teacher at Ossining High School, facilitated a new kind of #BreakoutEDU experience. One where students succeeded or failed on their own with no help besides the standard hint cards. Unlock, solve, and stumble all on your own merits–and that’s probably the way it should be. But it can be hard to stand by and watch your students struggle to create meaning and find answers. That confusion is a part of the learning progress, though, and one that I want to better address in our future debriefs.