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  • Kyle Pearce

    September 4, 2020 at 6:41 am

    Sometimes it is both.

    Remember that curiosity can be achieved by the way you ask the question. So I could ask that question “as is” with the goal being students convincing their peers and the teacher as to how they know. That can often be all it takes.

    From a contextual standpoint, you could ask a problem related… so say how many boxes of 10 chocolates can you make with 228 chocolates? Have an image of a box of chocolates with 10 on the front… etc.