Reflection: Problem-based Approaches A Confidence Builder! Problem Solving and Reflection - Section 3: Problem Solve!


The attached 5 pages show exemplary student work on this problem.  This high-flier group weaved a creative touch on the solutions and clearly showed all steps and diagrams in a series of formal documents.  They even included written letters detailing the solution and methods to Farmer Bob.  I was particularly impressed with this group's above and beyond final product.  It was amazing the work that they produced in just one evening!

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A Confidence Builder! Problem Solving and Reflection

Unit 8: Functions, Problem Solving, and 21st Century Skills
Lesson 11 of 11

Objective: SWBAT participate in one final "confidence booster" and have the opportunity to reflect on their problem solving processes and personal growth.

Big Idea: Any great process requires a component of reflection - teaching problem solving is no different!

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