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April 12, 2023

Using Math Journals to Create Records

Keeping records of how students solve problems is key to this strategy, and math journals are one tool to foster this learning. The teacher is able to set up content-specific journals and provides time for students to really engage with the content. The students can return over and over again to their journals to reinforce the learning by providing more examples that fit the content.

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How could you use math journals in your classroom?
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