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Subject:   RE: Understanding Distance, Speed, and Time Relationships Using Simulation Software
Author: hdteacher
Date: Jun 25 2008
On Jun 20 2008, courtneytabers wrote:
> I think it is a great idea to have the students make predictions and
> then see if they are right.  If they're wrong, they'll want to
> understand why, and if they're right, they will be proud that they
> were good guessers!  I also think the partner idea is great, because
> if the two disagree, it will get a good debate going to defend their
> ideas.
I agree. This is a way to use the guess and check strategy AND to gain more
efficiency with some experimenting.

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