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  • Posted by Alison Garcia on March 23, 2020 at 1:08 pm

    1. Prioritize students’ knowledge – Students come to school with a lot of knowledge about their family and their community. The also have many types of problem solving strategies. I would like to learn how to prioritize this knowledge in problem solving, while still teaching students new and more efficient strategies.

    2. Engagement and access – I am always looking to incorporate problem solving activities that are beneficial to students with various levels of mathematical knowledge. I am also trying to improve cooperative learning so that all students are engaged and responsible for the learning of their team.

    Alison Garcia replied 3 years ago 1 Member · 0 Replies
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