Here is my list of 5:

1. Quizzes on Fridays that there is a class.

2. Student Self Evaluation - comment on 3 strengths, 3 weaknesses, 3 goals, a test mark goal, and plans on how to reach their goals. I will copy this so they and I have a copy to refer to.

3. An intro question at the beginning of class to review the previous days work. Check homework for completeness while they are working on the question to make sure the students are keeping up to date with their work and that they understand it. The intro question, if facilitated properly, also produces some great math talk between students.

4. Circuits of math questions on a certain topic (enables hands on, discussion of math concepts, and sharing of how to solve problems).

5. Another activity out of the yellow booklet (will need to find it and plan it).

1. Quizzes on Fridays that there is a class.

2. Student Self Evaluation - comment on 3 strengths, 3 weaknesses, 3 goals, a test mark goal, and plans on how to reach their goals. I will copy this so they and I have a copy to refer to.

3. An intro question at the beginning of class to review the previous days work. Check homework for completeness while they are working on the question to make sure the students are keeping up to date with their work and that they understand it. The intro question, if facilitated properly, also produces some great math talk between students.

4. Circuits of math questions on a certain topic (enables hands on, discussion of math concepts, and sharing of how to solve problems).

5. Another activity out of the yellow booklet (will need to find it and plan it).

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