Reflection: Trust and Respect Retrospective - Section 3: Wrap It Up


Although I asked my students to submit one question they still had about the unit, this student had two questions, both fairly large.  It says something about the student that she was comfortable enough to tell me that she felt lost about end behavior and finding a function from the description of its key features.  I know that not only is she feeling safe, she's also assuming some responsibility for her own learning and understanding instead of just complaining that "the teacher didn't teach me anything" or "I'm just too stupid to learn math" - comments I've heard over the years.  I met with this student later in the day and invited her to stop by after school if possible and also invited her to come to lunch with me the next day so we could go over the material that was confusing her one-on-one.

  Trust and Respect: Student questions
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Unit 8: Interpreting Functions
Lesson 17 of 19

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate understanding of analyzing and interpreting functions by participating in team review of the material.

Big Idea: If you ever feel like the studying and the testing are in parallel universes, try this lesson where students work collaboratively through a guided review.

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Math, algebraic function, Algebra, Function Operations and Inverses, Algebra II, master teacher project, 11th Grade, interpreting funtions
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