## Reflection: Student Grouping Numbers Just keep Changing! - Section 2: Sharpening Skills

I noticed that students seemed to have struggled a bit working in pairs.  It would have went a lot smoother if they were in groups. My students seem to work at ease when they are in discussing and  collaborating. They help each-other think their way through the problem solving process.  So, I stopped the lesson for a bit! I asked them to move into their assigned groups to see if it would  make it easier for them to solve their problems. This video will explain in detail.

Teacher's Explanation!

Student Grouping: What I noticed!

# Numbers Just keep Changing!

Unit 4: Numbers and Their Places!
Lesson 2 of 15

## Big Idea: Students are use to numbers changing, working with a variety of skills students will be able to determine that a digit in the ones place represent ten times the digit in the tens place, and how to understand the concept of numbers altogether.

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Math, discussions, relationship among numbers, math models, grouping
60 minutes

### Carol Redfield

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