Results-only math lesson

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Found this very cool video over at Joanne Jacobs’ blog. This is an excellent example of results-only learning in a math class (minus the test she mentions at the beginning, of course). I would recommend that Leah follow up with a collaborative activity to review and process the warm-up or even a second pass at the same activity to ensure mastery.

Overall, this is a fine example of how to get students engaged in math without boring them with worksheets.

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