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  • Tarini Arte

    Member
    March 3, 2022 at 1:46 am

    I’ve always loved this type of problem that allows students multiple “right” answers or approaches. When I’ve taught high school functions in the past, I would start off the year with just printing a bunch of these for the whole class and they could draw all over them to figure out the next step or the algebraic equation (or the 57th step)… https://www.visualpatterns.org/

    Kind of a combination of manipulatives (concrete) and multiple representations by having them draw all over the shapes with colored pencils/shade in and show the solution in whatever way they see it. Nice discussions too!