Reflection: Student Feedback Stacking Cups: Systems of Equations Real World Application - Section 5: End of Unit Reflection + Goal Setting

 

Regardless of the years I have spent teaching and the various professional developments attended or positions I’ve had, I maintain a person can always be learning more and improving his/her practices. That said, I try to be very active in professional growth opportunities and, as a member of the ninth grade academy community in my district, support my district’s initiatives and take note of suggested practices and try to implement them with fidelity in my classroom, of course modifying or differentiating as needed to meet my students’ needs as well as the needs of my school as a whole. Student conferencing regularly is definitely a huge part of that and actually beginning to be a required element of supporting students as initiated by my school.

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Stacking Cups: Systems of Equations Real World Application

Unit 6: Systems of Linear Equations
Lesson 9 of 9

Objective: SWBAT apply their knowledge of systems of equations to model a real world scenario.

Big Idea: Students use data to create equations describing a concrete scenario. Students analyze the equations as a system to solve a problem.

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