Reflection: Checks for Understanding Manipulating Rational and Irrational Numbers - Section 5: Exit Ticket: Writing Idea Organizer on Rational and Irrational Numbers


Collecting and analyzing evidence of student learning is a complicated task for all teachers. I like to try and diversify the types of assessment or evidence that I collect and value in my class, from Class Notes to an Entry Ticket to a Student Writing Sample.

From my perspective, different types of evidence help me, as a teacher, see various strengths and areas of improvement for students in my class. Diversifying assessments and evidence of learning also can help my students by shining the light on a wider range of valued skills and concepts compared to the traditional set of skills that tests and quizzes tend to assess over and over again. 

  Checks for Understanding: Evidence of Learning through Class Work and Written Responses
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Manipulating Rational and Irrational Numbers

Unit 2: Its Not Always a Straight Answer: Linear Equations and Inequalities in 1 Variable
Lesson 5 of 10

Objective: SWBAT... 1. Compare and contrast rational and irrational numbers 2. Reflect on current understanding of solving equations and inequalities and develop a study plan.

Big Idea: Students compare and contrast rational and irrational numbers to identify patterns and define a structure for working with both sets of numbers!

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