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Martina Metz replied to the topic 3.1 E. Practice Doing vs. Practice Discerning – Error in the correction in the forum Course Discussions
Yes! Good catch. This has been corrected but won’t show up until the next refresh of the course. Thank you, and sorry for any confusion.
I’ve forwarded to our tech person; hopefully it gets resolved shortly. In the meantime, perhaps try with another browser? I haven’t heard of this being an issue before. Sorry I can’t be of more direct help.
Hi Danielle, Great questions. It’s possible to see steps in a procedure as discernments; however, those kinds of steps tend to be limited to a series of things to DO as opposed to things to MAKE SENSE OF. Sometimes, understanding a single step in a procedure (e.g., “bring down the 5”) involves many discernments. Being aware of items in a series of…Read More
Martina Metz replied to the topic Unit 2; Session 2.3,C: From Personal to Collective Understanding in the forum Course Feedback
I can see how they seem a bit odd here; as used in the context of the much larger set introduced in Session 2.4, we found that the double lines helped kids attend to place value. Teachers are of course free to adapt, but if they explain the double lines, they might find them useful.
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