Always, Sometimes, Never are statements that allow students to justify thinking using prediction, inference, and testing hypotheses. Last summer I started a new website curating statements to be used for this purpose. As school started I was overwhelmed and didn't continue to build up the list.
This year I am tackling it again! I've made a good start this week in adding several statements to categorize. I'd love your suggestions!
I could see these as Desmos card sorts too! Somehow I missed this venture last year, so I'm glad you brought them up again!ReplyDelete
Yes - they will make desmos sorts as well. If you want the jpegs, let me know.Delete
Thanks for sharing this. I love ASN and the idea of putting them into Desmos. I added your new blog to my roll :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Jennifer! If you want the jpgs to put into Desmos, I can send them to you.Delete
I love your ASN site!! I plan to use it this year for sure! It resonates with me because I truly believe in Dan Meyer's statement to "start a fight" engages students in the mathematics, which these can do! Are you considering adding other areas such as rational functions, exponential functions, exponent relationships, conics, etc.? I'd love to see a post on your website about how you use your ASN site in your class...as an opening activity, review, etc. I also see these used as a possible review station. thanks for the great idea!ReplyDelete
Hi Lynn - yes ... I hope to add new categories in the next few days! I'll see if I can write a blog suggesting ways to use the site. There are still several posts to write for Blaugust!Delete