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  • Weston Miller

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    November 15, 2020 at 7:22 pm

    This has a lot to do with anticipating misconceptions. This is doubly important in the virtual classroom because not only do you have areas in math where students can slip up, but we can have areas in technology as well. Planning out technology to make sure it delivers math content most efficiently is a great obstacle for teachers in the virtual world