When students are engaged in solving hands-on math problems in context, sometimes they forget they're doing math. They’re moving, talking, and having fun. And in the end, it’s the teachers job to host a reflective discussion that helps students realize that they just tackled a complex math challenge. That last reflection component is the key to resetting kids’ math mindset. http://www.elementarymathconsultant.com/reset-math-mindsets/
The idea of computer design for say building a model is very daunting to me as i am not confident in any type of computer modeling software. I may stay away from this field thought the experience could be either enlightening and make me want to continue modelling this way, or i can have a completely negative response and have my end product suffer. To keep it safe i might stick to what i know.
Whitney-Kennedy. This is a large caliber, note I did not say large frame as actually the frames are the same size, (might be more accurate to say long or short cartridge). The geometry of the internal parts are different in the large caliber and the head of the cartridge is recessed slightly. These were advertised a the time as the safest lever guns made as they could not fire unless fully locked - note the end of the firing pin.
Zap It...a game I learned in grad school. Put high frequency words on sticks (these are foam sticks) and write zap it on a few sticks. The kids pull sticks from a container and read the words. If someone gets Zap It, all of the sticks go back in the bin. Great word work #daily5