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  • Kami Fevery

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    May 7, 2022 at 12:35 pm

    So I found this problem that to me with a quick glance would seem (on the spectrum of curiosity creating) maybe a bit more on the full curiosity side as anything with a picture seems to do so. However, I realized how limiting this question became when the words were added. I can see now what you mean how most text book questions function in a way to tell the student how to think. I decided to get rid of all the words and keep just the picture.

    Here I came up with a list of notices my student would perhaps come up with. While I don’t think the highlighted ones would come up first, I have found doing more curiosity creating tasks, that each student’s response rolls off the previous, gradually thinking deeper and more mathematically.