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Math Autobiography
In order to learn more about her budding mathematicians, Marybeth L. asks her new students each year to write about their experiences in math classes: the good, the bad, the ugly.
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Numerous Numbers Introductions
Marion C. has a unique twist on a familiar assignment: students write an autobiography – using as many numbers possible. She completes the activity by using even more numbers.
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Video Autobiography
This is a wonderful activity for students to learn more about their families and for the teacher to get insight into students' lives. Learn how Mr. Chew does it in the form of individual student videos.
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Weekly Communication
Ms. Taverner says that this tip helps lower students' anxiety levels, and helps the class become 'family'. Learn about this weekly activity that also counts as 10% of her students' final grade.
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