tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6399693520451875159.comments2014-02-17T13:29:59.372-06:00Lines of ReflectionJill Backlundhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02288580935791047237noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6399693520451875159.post-58500800862684194642011-06-09T22:57:03.175-05:002011-06-09T22:57:03.175-05:00Questions I got from Twitter:
Dan Meyer
Fun catc...Questions I got from Twitter:<br /><br />Dan Meyer <br />Fun catch, Jill! "Did they get it right?" "How many servings would a circle yield that was 1-ft in diameter?" <br /><br />Colin Graham <br />Is the area of the 4 hole four times bigger than the 1 hole?<br /><br />Lisa Henry <br />Is 4 really = to 4 servings? Are the radii of the circles proportional when comparing the numbers (i.e. 1:3 for 1 & 3). <br /><br />Sarah_IC <br />Is the 4 really equivalent to 4 single servings?Jill Backlundhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02288580935791047237noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6399693520451875159.post-59258290364665890942010-07-02T21:23:04.255-05:002010-07-02T21:23:04.255-05:00As I read more brilliant thoughts from others abou...As I read more brilliant thoughts from others about teaching, I am making plans to incorporate #1 into my assignments and to use #3 as part of the review process before tests. #2 basically means that students care whether they are practicing correctly - I'll need to prove to them that homework is useful to accomplish that, I think. Hopefully, more to come!Jill Backlundhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02288580935791047237noreply@blogger.com