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Have students play “I Spy” in the classroom. Before they begin, remind them to pick big objects in the room such as the teacher’s desk, student desks, chairs, etc. You want them to focus on objects in the room that would be placed on a map of the classroom.
Jitendra, A. (2002). Teaching students math problem-solving through graphic representations. Academic Research Premier. Retrieved November 28, 2006.
This author shares a study done on students with learning disabilities in regards to their mathematical ability. They found that students were much more successful using graphic representations than doing math the traditional way.
Bowers, S. P. (2005). The portfolio process: questions for implementation and practice. Academic Research Premier. Retrieved November 28, 2006.
In this article, we learn about the best practices the author found in introducing and using portfolios in your classroom as a tool of assessment. It also discusses some challenges that may occur while creating portfolios and some ways to handle those challenges if they occur.
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