Reflection: Flexibility Communication in the Classroom - Section 5: Learning Target Introduction


In all of my classes I ran out for the Learning Target Introduction due to some technical difficulties with the technology for my students so I had to push that back to the next day. The Puzzle Activity also took a little bit longer but it was really powerful for my kids to understand more about how they communicate but also for them just to open up with other students in the class and rely on them.

  Technical Difficulties Always Change Your Plans!
  Flexibility: Technical Difficulties Always Change Your Plans!
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Communication in the Classroom

Unit 1: Introduction to Physics and Graphing
Lesson 2 of 7

Objective: Students will be able to effectively communicate instructions to a peer verbally and identify technology used in the classroom.

Big Idea: Students focus on communication through technology and loss of senses.

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