## Reflection: Student Feedback Solving Problems involving Volumes of Solids - Section 2: Transfer Problems

In an attempt to give my students the extra support they seemed to be missing, I decided that I would start to produce worked examples for all of the tough homework problems and post these online. What I found is that students actually went home and studied these worked examples intensely. They came back with questions or they came back talking about how much the worked examples helped. It was a lot of work on my end, but it was work well invested as it got some of my students to engage in a way I hadn't seen them engage before.

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Student Feedback: Do Worked Examples Work?

# Solving Problems involving Volumes of Solids

Unit 11: Measurement and Dimension
Lesson 6 of 6

## Big Idea: This is where it all comes together...In this lesson, students use skills they've gained over the course of the year to solve complex and challenging problems.

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### Anthony Carruthers

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