Reflection: Student Ownership Patterns in a Table - Section 1: Student-Led Teaching

 

I allow my students to take ownership of the teaching and learning within our classroom as often as possible. Students are eager to participate and it helps to reinforce their confidence in what they have learned. It also gives other students a change to learn from their peers, which is a change from always doing the learning from me. The more participation and excitement students have for the lesson, the more engaged they become and the better they tend to understand the material we are working on.

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Patterns in a Table

Unit 16: Fun with Multiplying and Dividing
Lesson 8 of 8

Objective: SWBAT discover the relationships between paired numbers in a table.

Big Idea: Pattern recognition is a critical skill in math, and life. Learning to look for and analyze patterns helps students learn how to use what they know, to solve what they don't.

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