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Math labs in the classroom or math enrichment

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From: Roya (for Teacher2Teacher Service)
Date: May 27, 2001 at 11:38:40
Subject: Re: Math labs in the classroom or math enrichment

Hi Lee,

One more answer came from Joe Goodwin:

In trying to enrich students who are finding their work to be boring and 
easily finished, you might try individualized student research in an area 
that is of interest.

Also, some of the teacher terms are compacting and tiered instruction. If your 
child is finding the work easy, then maybe you should try doing the same type 
of work, but out of a 7th or 8th grade book. I am sure your child will find it 
more challenging and may appreciate the opportunity to show his/her mastery on 
a more complex level.

Thanks and good luck!  Joe Goodwin


 -Roya on behalf of Joe Goodwin, for the T2T service

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