## Reflection: Rigor Experimenting with Dilations - Section 3: Dilation Challenges

After this lesson, students gave some feedback that gives some insight into their assessments of their own learning and growth. Check out what they said in the following video.

Rigor: Students talk about their Growth

# Experimenting with Dilations

Unit 6: Similarity
Lesson 1 of 8

## Big Idea: Time for pupils to dilate...and we're not talking optometry. In this lesson, students get familiar with the major characteristics of dilations.

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Math, scale factor slider, geometric similarity, transformation
70 minutes

### Anthony Carruthers

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