- Observing the students when they are not in a group. Whether doing workstations, journals, or fact practice games, observing them in other settings will give me more information on their mathematical thinking.
- Keep anecdotal notes short and to the point….I tend to write too much!
to offer her help with the book study in any way. She will be doing some Q & As right
As of this Wednesday, we will be over half-way through our book study, so this is a great time to ask questions that have popped into your head while reading or following along on our blog. Dr. Nicki has generously agreed to do a second Q & A at the end of the book study as well–SO start keeping track of those burning questions!
Here’s how the Q & A will work:
- Send your questions to us at email@example.com.
- We will pass your questions on to Dr. Nicki.
- She will do her best to answer your questions in an upcoming post.
We will be taking questions for Dr. Nick’s first Q & A through Wednesday, July 23, so don’t delay–Get your questions in! How about some questions about assessment–a big topic??
A big THANK YOU goes out to Dr. Nicki!
We will see you back here on Sunday for Chapter 6, BUT you may want to stop back this Friday to find out about a wonderful giveaway! That is–if you like giveaways!! You can also read past book study posts by clicking HERE!