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Michelle T.

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Question:

How can you measure a student's or even an employees understanding after a lesson or training?

Michelle T.

Answer:

A great way to measure a student's or even an employees understanding after a lesson or training is a scaffolded Exit Ticket. You create a set of 3-4 questions at different levels to see where each person in the group mastered the information and where the gaps are. For example, your first question might be a question that EVERY person could access even your lowest student, the next question would be a little bit harder, and the final question would be designed to see if students could apply the new learning to a different kind of problem or carefully explaining the process to apply the new learning.

Pre-Algebra

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Question:

How can I use visuals to show what a numerical expression could look like visually?

Michelle T.

Answer:

I could use blocks to display the equation 2(4x + 3) **** 3 **** 3 This is showing 2 groups of 4 somethings plus the number 3

Basic Math

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Question:

What is a way other than repeated addition to teach the concept of multiplication?

Michelle T.

Answer:

Multiplication can be seen as "groups of." If I have the problem 3 x 5, I can substitute the words "groups of" for that multiplication sign, and see it as "3 groups of 5."

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