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  • Chris Laurie

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    September 23, 2020 at 10:03 am

    As I go about my chores and renos around my home, this lesson reminds me how I think and solve problems in a relative nature than additive. For example, herbicides or radiator fluid concentrates to my seed and fertiliser spreader. I think teachers prefer “The Answer” in strict concrete undebated easy to mark abstract terms. While kids love pattern blocks, measuring liquids, and folding paper. I need to consider how my practice will better prepare students for “LIFE”.

    By the way, can I get a copy of all my reflections by the end of the course? ie. keep in my own reflection journal?