Thursday, 24 April 2014 | 2 Comments
As a teacher I use diagrams to aid my conceptual understanding when solving a problem.
I encourage students to draw a diagram to aid their thinking when solving a problem.
A student's ability to draw a diagram often represents their conceptual understanding.
As a teacher I need to keep drawing diagrams when solving problems with students.
(a reflection, having recently working through percentages with Year 8)
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