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Helping Students See How Graphs Work

April 17, 2018 at 09:00:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
By Global Math Department (5.0 stars · 3 reviews )
About This Webinar

Students see graphs in their daily lives. Students interpret and create graphs in math classes. But, what do students think graphs represent? I share how we can guide students to see beyond what graphs look like, and help students to understand how graphs can represent relationships. We will explore an interactive graphing activity that I developed in collaboration with Dan Meyer and the Desmos team. Three key takeaways: How students think about task attributes matters; Focus students on the whole and the parts; Two graphs are better than one. Link to the Edutopia post: https://www.edutopia.org/article/helping-students-see-how-graphs-work

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Webinar Price: Free
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