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  • Betsy Murphy

    Member
    August 2, 2021 at 9:26 pm

    I can think of a few examples of this, the most prominent in my mind is when my students start to solve equations with 1 or 2 steps.to solve for X. I know I have moved on to 3 step equations knowing full well students were still floundering. I know I need to PIVOT, get visual, have math talks and figure out the stumbling blocks so we can work through the difficulties…