Reflection: Organizational Systems Origami Boxes Gallery Walk - Section 1: Gallery Walk


Every year I have been pleased with my decision to carve out a few minutes to talk to students about feedback.  Typically, talking about feedback involved me simply offering examples of vague warm feedback versus specific warm feedback, and then vague cool feedback as compared to specific cool feedback.  This year, I decided to make a visual organizer, which helped students to concretely understand these feedback nuances. 






“Great job!  I enjoyed looking at your poster!”


“Maybe you could change your explanation?”


“I think your group did a great job on this poster because your graph was detailed, which showed me the relationship between the dimensions of the box and the number of beans each box could hold.”


“I wonder how adding more detail about what you measured and how you came up with your estimations would impact the quality of your explanation.”

  Organizing Examples to Promote Understanding About Feedback
  Organizational Systems: Organizing Examples to Promote Understanding About Feedback
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Origami Boxes Gallery Walk

Unit 10: Geometric Measurement and Dimension
Lesson 10 of 14

Objective: Students will be able to make sense of and critique others' reasoning about how volume grows.

Big Idea: By participating in a Gallery Walk and reflecting on cool and warm feedback, students will revise their work on Origami Boxes.

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Math, Geometry, Measurement, modeling, space, shapes
  45 minutes
poster revision
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