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Speed dating engaging technique for math class
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Posted 2/18/2020 10:57 AM (#5018)
Subject: Speed dating engaging technique for math class
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See the attached PowerPoint from Keeley Ridner, BSHS.

Thank you to Katherine Babb for trying and sharing her "Speed Dating" results, as well.

Keeley has links on each slide in her PowerPoint that can be adapted to your lesson/standard/skill.

The idea behind Speed Dating goes back to the Kagan Strategy of "Inside Outside Circle."





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