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In the discussion tab, answer the following questions:
 
In the discussion tab, answer the following questions:
1. Do you feel comfortable teaching how to use the graphing calculator for problem solving in Algebra 1?
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2. Do you currently teach how to  
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*1. Describe how comfortable you feel teaching how to use the graphing calculator for problem solving in Algebra 1.
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*2. How do you currently teach how to solve the problems you identified in task 1 using the graphing calculator?
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*3. Explain how well your students understand Algebra 1 topics and how well they answer Common Core Algebra 1 Questions. 
  
  

Revision as of 21:35, 10 April 2016

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Task 1

Choose an NYS Common Core Algebra 1 Exam here, and identify (circle, highlight, star, list) which questions can be solved using the graphing calculator.

Task 2 In the discussion tab, answer the following questions:

  • 1. Describe how comfortable you feel teaching how to use the graphing calculator for problem solving in Algebra 1.
  • 2. How do you currently teach how to solve the problems you identified in task 1 using the graphing calculator?
  • 3. Explain how well your students understand Algebra 1 topics and how well they answer Common Core Algebra 1 Questions.



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