Choose Your Own Math Adventure

Students are provided adequate, differentiated learning opportunities within a lesson to show mastery at their own pace.

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I Love this idea! I'm curious about the daily exit ticket. If students are working at their own pace then what do you use to Check for understanding throughout the lesson and at the conclusion of the work time. Also, how is this information tracked and are students aware of how to use this feedback to make their work better the next day.

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Thanks, Maria! I generally made answer keys available for small checks along the way so students could check their own progress. These generally were used periodically and not on a daily basis, but I would've loved to do them more often!

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Kevin! This is awesome. Have you done something like this in your classroom before? If so, upload the packet you used!

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I'd take this one step further and create Math Trails where students do math in conjunction with their surrounding area. Kudos to Canuck Ron Lancaster for turning me onto this at an Exeter Math Conference years ago.