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  • Stephen Levesque

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    February 9, 2022 at 2:53 pm

    I find that typical lessons leave no space for the students to insert their thoughts; they are typically given all necessary information (and never any extraneous information) and asked to use an algorithm or formula to answer the question.

    I also think that using video or images tends to draw students in more effectively than if information were presented solely via text. The same information and prompt could be given as a typical textbook problem, and students would not be as engaged.