Reflection: Student Grouping Rearranging and Graphing Quadratics - Section 2: Jigsaw Activity, Part 1: Expert Groups


In this video reflection, I analyze student work in relation to using the Jigsaw instructional strategy as a tool to differentiate instruction!

  Jigsaw as a Tool for Differentiated Instruction
  Student Grouping: Jigsaw as a Tool for Differentiated Instruction
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Rearranging and Graphing Quadratics

Unit 7: Interpret and Build Quadratic Functions and Equations
Lesson 4 of 13

Objective: SWBAT factor quadratic expressions to reveal zeros of the function and relate this to graphs and tables. SWBAT complete the square and relate the information to graphs and tables for quadratic functions.

Big Idea: This jigsaw lessons lets students dive deep into one connection between quadratic equations and graphs, and then learn from each other in mixed groups!

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