Reflection: Routines and Procedures Sibling Statistics - Section 1: Introduction and Collboration

Along with assessing my students organization, writing, and math skills, I also gather personal information to help me teach each student as a "whole" child.  The more I know about them, the better I can engage them in their learning.  One of the activities I also do to gather information is Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligence test.  You can find it online and even some great ones on Pinterest!

Routines and Procedures: Building Community is Key

Sibling Statistics

Unit 1: Getting Started
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Big Idea: We learn about each other through graphing.

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Math, Statistics, Data collection / Organization / Display, integrated, Collaboration Skills
100 minutes

Cathy Skinner

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