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  • Jeremy Sarzana

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    June 7, 2022 at 11:48 am

    When I compare this lesson to traditional lessons, the main difference that I noticed was that many strategies show up with this lesson and students will see multiple ways of solving it. As Kyle states in the video, in a traditional lesson students will only see one strategy multiple times. The benefits are that students will be more prone to follow their sense making skills if they believe that there are many ways to get to the answer. Some reservations I have is that it will be challenging to teach this way, but in the long run it will benefit students.