Reflection: Positive Reinforcement Mission Possible - 5 Scenarios in 5 Days: Day #5 - Section 1: Kudos!


KUDOS #1:  4th period.  In having a student absent from their group for the day, "STUDENT A" asked me if they could use their cell phone to call the missing person to see how they were doing and talk about what tasks they could possibly accomplish from home.  This was to ensure that they were ready for the business meeting on the following day.  The students effectively and professionally used 21st century collaborative skills, there was not wasted time on the phone, and they are fully prepared for the business meeting.  Impressive work!

KUDOS #2:  5th period.  "STUDENT B, STUDENT C, and STUDENT D" all arrived in my room 1/2 hour before the first bell to get help with taking their problem to the next level.  The class will see the great work that they have accomplished tomorrow, but I was particularly impressed that each person was willing to come in so early to help "put the cherry on top" of a fantastic effort!

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Mission Possible - 5 Scenarios in 5 Days: Day #5

Unit 8: Functions, Problem Solving, and 21st Century Skills
Lesson 8 of 11

Objective: SWBAT create equations and inequalities to solve problems. SWBAT represent relationships between quantitates and constraints graphically. SWBAT interpret solutions as viable or non-viable options through the context of the mathematical model.

Big Idea: Students will collaborate through the context of a real world problem and present their findings in a class business meeting!

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