I just concluded “sparkling curiosity from a distance” and it is excellent. My greatest take is the three simple steps I can use to organize my thought when planning instruction. It is amazing how I can use the gummy worm activity to shed light on different concepts under “counting” with a handy tool from “brainingcamp”. I must check out the other two activities on counting. please is there any way we can still get access to the free licence on braining camp.com
Read the guide!!! That is what I am going to have to be sure that I do as I begin to acclimate myself to this method of presenting concepts. I am very grateful that there are so many tasks already carefully laid out so that it frees me up some for facilitating the hopefully ‘unplanned’ incidents that students come up with when they are given the opportunity to think creatively!
I am excited to try this. I will likely do something like this on the first or second day of school. I think it would be a great way to meet some students and get to know their thinking and get them excited about math this year.