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  • Alison Peternell

    November 27, 2022 at 9:30 am

    After doing a lesson like this, writing equations given two points of data, and seeing students talking to each other and figuring out how to not only answer the questions but answer them more efficiently as they go (by using the equation y=mx+b), I found that when it went to the note taking part to make sure we were all on the same page, this part went very quickly. It seemed as though students learned this material deeper than if I just told it to them. I would like to try all of my lessons like this in the future. It does take more time but I like that students are up at the white boards talking to each other. I am a facilitator to move them along. My hope is that they learn the material better because they figured it out themselves, which of course is what this course is all about.