Sounds like you had a great lesson. My principal read my post today and wanted to come observe me, too! I like how you have designed the glue it to have a designated space for a picture and explanation. It reinforces using multiple strategies to solve a problem. What is ThinkLink?
Thank you, Melissa! I want to definitely continue reading your blog- you are truly doing an excellent job. ThinkLink is basically a test students take that is published by Discovery Education. If you go to discoveryeducation.com, you can learn about it, though your school/district would have to purchase it with a license. The resources are great, though! It shows the exact problems students got incorrect on the test in .pdf format and links to related resources. On the page that has your students' results, Number Sense, Measurement, Data, Algebraic Expression and Geometry problems are put together so you know whether your students excel or need to improve in a certain area.
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