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Tag Archives: Collaborative Group Roles
Teacher Moves – Soft Skills
A long term substitute, who’s currently in a credentialing program, recently made this observation. 8 “In my program, I’m shown all these activities and my professors assume students want to participate. They (professors) don’t tell us what to do when … Continue reading
Using Assessing & Advancing Questions
This post Describes the opening activity for the 2nd day of a 2 day lesson plan. Day 1: Desmos, Complementary Angles & SMP#3 Connects the opening activity with assessing and advancing questions The blog post describing the rest of the … Continue reading
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Tagged Advancing, Assessing, Collaborative Group Roles, desmos, math, math education, Questioning
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Collaborative Group Roles – How I Became a Fan
As the title suggests, I was not always a fan of group roles. I didn’t buy into the concept and often thought, I can see it working for other teachers but not for me. I’ve changed my tune. Here’s my … Continue reading