Thursday, May 10, 2007

Developing Expert Voices



BubbleShare is ballin.

Why did you choose the concepts you did to create your problem set?

The concepts I've chosen were all from units I had the easiest time learning and understanding. Everything on this project is where I think my main knowledge in this class stands.

How do these problems provide an overview of your best mathematical understanding of what you have learned so far?

By using the terms and concepts for the units I used, I put myself to the test to create questions I know I can do but is also a challenge at the same time. It shows that I do have strong points in some units and that there are also weaker points.

Did you learn anything from this assignment? Was it educationally valuable to you?

I learned that time is a huge value for this assignment considering the mass amount of time and effort is needed. I think it is educationally valuable to me because I can see where my classmates are as well and learn off what they know most in this class.

1 comment:

Lani said...

Hi JoJo Rocks,

Your presentation appeals to an adolescent learner and the little notes in the left hand corners are a nice touch!

Your mention in your reflection that "I think it is educationally valuable to me because I can see where my classmates are as well and learn off what they know most in this class." is a perspective I hadn't initially considered. I think it's a very valuable one. Do you think that if you weren't able to view your classmates projects, your learning and understanding would be the same?

Best wishes,
Lani