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  • Brandi Sidley

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    July 15, 2020 at 6:47 pm

    I worked with using visual patterns to help students create algebraic expressions. I found it easier to start with the Unconsciously Competent stage and link that to my learning goal and then work backwards. I’m thinking this may work as I learn more about the learning progressions for each domain. I struggled a little with the Consciously Masterful for this example but thought that maybe it would be when students then were able to use substitution to check their own answer and or extend their thinking to more complicated patterns.