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Love this! Planning to borrow! Thanks!

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ReplyDeleteAmy - I saved this blog post and am ready to use it as part of a beginning of term review and assessment - I have inherited a term 3 of 3 inclusion Geometry class. Looking at the screens, I am thinking that perhaps you had the students mark up the worksheet in Educreations? Were you using iPads, and if so, did you create a document with the worksheet in it? Thanks - Wendy

ReplyDeleteHi Wendy,

DeleteThe students had paper worksheets. I started them off with the Ipad, and then finished it with them. Your idea is a great one to imbed the worksheet on the Ipad and then have the students scribble directly on the worksheet. (What app would that be? In Educreations, you would have to "record" it for a second or two.) You have inspired me to post another viable arguments lesson!