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  • Kayla Steber

    Member
    February 19, 2021 at 10:21 am

    I like the Braining Camp manipulatives. I am definitely going to check this out! Another take away is allowing the students to share their screen and show how they solved the problem. When I did something similar to this in-person, students always wanted to share their strategy. Virtually students get excited over the idea of sharing their screen because they have seen their teacher do this. I’m going to try to have my students start sharing their screen more to show me how they solved a problem instead of just telling me and I model.