the radical rational…

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10/22/12 #75FACTS posts

on October 23, 2012

If you wish to join in our blog/book chat of #75FACTS, the reflection questions suggested in the book are listed below this weeks submissions. Click on the link to submit your post.

Simplifying Radicals Create the Problem #11

@pamjwilson Always, Sometimes, Never #3

Mathematical Practice -
Were students engaged?
Were you confident/excited about using the FACT?
How did use of the FACT affect the student-to-student or student-teacher dynamic?
Was the information gained from the FACT useful to you?
Would you have gotten the same information without using the FACT?
What added value did the FACT bring to teaching and learning?
Did using the FACT cause you to do something differently or think differently about teaching and learning?
Would you use this FACT again?
Are there modifications you could make to this FACT to improve its usefulness?
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