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Students work on each other's problem, ask the "expert" student questions...and when you feel the energy change to socializing tell them to SWITCH!The combination of these two things keeps them more interested and alert than the normal review day.I also love doing groups of two because each student feels more responsible for helping their “date” and getting the work completed together.We decided that we would sacrifice an ordinary, go-with-the-flow style of living to exit our comfort zone, to be light in the world, to show others that there is a better, more satisfying way.I have a unique gift and passion in engaging struggling adolescents in mathematics and I opened a Teacherspayteachers store in 2015 to share my work.I do it a bit differently than it has been done in math classes previously.** Each students sits with one partner to do one problem that I project.
She does it a bit differently, where each student is an expert on a certain problem and then explains it to others.
Missing three days of school due to the snow and ice really threw off my plans for Algebra 2. But, I had to spend the first four days of the new semester finishing up our logarithm unit. This surprised me because my Algebra 2 students LOVED them last year.
I had hoped to get through logarithms before Christmas Break. This might have had something to do with the fact that I chose to introduce them on a day that most students thought we should have been out of school.
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