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  • Kerri Brodie

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    March 9, 2022 at 7:23 pm

    I do feel that using manipulatives helps students to build conceptual understanding but I am having trouble figure out how to do that in my Trigonometry and Calculus classes. For those subjects, I am not sure how to do that and they are juniors and seniors so maybe I should just focus on my grade 9 Geometry students. For them, I can see us using the pattern blocks and physical representations of 3 dimensional shapes when we work with area and volume. I liked the “Trashketball” game for a lesson on Volumes.