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  • Angela Clubb

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    July 21, 2020 at 2:43 pm

    I am very guilty of saving problem solving at the end of the lesson. I did try and begin with a “minds on” activity, it sometimes was related to what we’d done the day before or a consolidation/review of what we’d learn about the day before. The colourful graphic outlining where mastery/fluency show up in the lesson was also very helpful to me as I often feel like within my 60 minute math block, I have to sacrafice one thing or another from day to day. I need to work on this. I feel that spacing will be the key and it may make more sense to pay close attention to how I chunk my lessons so that I don’t feel that anything needs to be sacraficed.