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  • Denny Nelson

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    August 20, 2021 at 4:34 pm

    I think anticipating my student responses will help. I also need to be intentional about which students work I select to highlight. I can’t possibly include everyone. If I use student #2 this time because 1-4 all ad the same I might want to intentionally choose student #3 next time and #2 so that different students have a chance to be highlighted. Now, with Desmos it is possible to have everything annonymized. However, even with that students might recognize their own work. I can use what they do to help move towards understanding of the topic(s). It could be that some new things come up and I need to pivot. Or, depending on the nature it might be that the next day I pivot based on what I discoved in today’s math class.

    Another thing to remember is depth more than breadth. Spiraling will help with this long term but I’m not quite there yet. I’m guessing that I will spiral previous years material more this year as a start.