How To Spark Curiosity & Fuel Sense-Making For Abstract Concepts.
Learn how to create engagement in your math class when you’re teaching those abstract skills that seem hard to make exciting.
Solving equations, factoring, graphing trigonometric functions, distance between two points are all very abstract skills in middle and high school that are tough to make exciting for your students.
How do you create engagement for abstract math skills?
Jon shares what he’s been doing in his high school math classes to create engagement using the curiosity path!
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