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  • Stephanie Pritchett

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    January 18, 2022 at 2:51 pm

    First of all the lesson was engaging. It was interesting and it did make me curious. What I loved was helping student to estimate and to help them get riskier by trying to bring estimates to reasonable amounts. That in itself was engaging and then to take off with improve your prediction using math you know. It made is a personal quest for each student to engage it and it was doable for anyone. Traditional lessons usually are just do as I do and we are going to get an answer that you and I really are not invested in.

    My reservations is practice in consolidation and understanding the different methods my students may use. I’m also worried that my students that struggle are so not uses to thinking that they won’t know how to start without an idea from me.