Learning to solve problems, which I think is the essence of Adulting, begins at an early age and continues to count for a lifetime. Today’s lesson poses a question: What numbers did the ancient Greeks use for counting?
That question was meant to raise the problem of counting non-discrete quantities before Arabic numerals came to Europe (from India). The problem itself was meant to introduce the concept of using mind-maps as a tool to begin the problem-solving process.
Here is the lesson plan for Day 3, of 67:
Khan Academy conjunctions practice
33×33 Times Table Chart helps, 33MultTable especially if you write it by hand!! 3rdDayExitSlips
1.) What algorithm do you follow to solve complex problems?
2.) Do you track possible solutions as they fail and as they begin to work?
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