Reflection: Organizational Systems Would You Rather - Section 3: Collecting, Analyzing, and Displaying the Data


I had some students work on their own today and some students work in teams of two.  I wanted to make sure that the students were each participating and not allowing one person to do all of the work.  This approach allowed me to put students together who were in similar spots with their understanding and ability, and it allowed me to have students who were more secure work on their own.  

This also allowed me to manage one students behavior in a very effective way.  I had one student work on his/her own because he/she has been struggling working on tasks with others.  However, i noticed that she is much more on task and feels better about her work when she works individually.  

It is important to know your students' abilities and their understanding of a concept in order to maximize their learning opportunities and time.

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Would You Rather

Unit 18: Reviewing Data Collecting and Graphing
Lesson 2 of 3

Objective: SWBAT conduct a survey. SWBAT display their results. SWBAT interpret their data.

Big Idea: Would You Rather? No, not the party game but rather a simple survey that will allow the students to determine where the class swimming trip will take place at.

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