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  • Patricia Scheler

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    March 3, 2022 at 5:35 pm

    This reflection fit a situation that recently occurred in our classroom. As we were wrapping up our ADDITION and SUBTRACTION unit, we realized that our students were not able to apply their learning to real-world problem solving. Since we have to “move on,” I am using problem solving in my warm-up, spiraling, and RTI (intervention) time. I also tend to build in a week each 6 weeks that’s strictly for review.