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Case Study write up of Ms. Olson By: Maggie, Sarah, Katie Teaching moves and strategies She rewrites the problems so that it connects with her students (CRT) The problem involves the whole class, so the idea is to work together as a class to solve, not individually The teacher gives them the story of the problem first, without any numbers, to understand key pieces of information needed to solve the problem and to appreciate real world problems ( #9 page 24) Give students problems that make them uncomfortable in the sense that they didn’t know where to start or solve it (#10 25) . Discuss any questions they might have within their group rather than approaching me for the answer. She encourages using tools as they need ( graph paper, tiles, calculator). (#13 pg 26) She asks the students a broader question first to determine the problem goal, in prompting a decision on an approach to the problem. (#14 pg 26).
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  • Fall '19
  • How to Solve It, Ms. Olson

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