Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Read Reflection Essay I have read the article and found it very interesting. The article is about the teacher who endeavors to be more than the power in the classroom recognizing right versus wrong identifying with critical thinking. Distinguishing and look through and understand open-finished reactions and teachers need to choose on the off chance that it is supported. Work Cited Wells Pamela J. and David C. Coffey. "Are They Wrong? Or Did They Just Answer a Different Question?." Teaching Children Mathematics 12.4 (2005): 202. [...]
Read Chapter 1 (pages 11 - 20) Are They Wrong? Or Did They Just Answer a Different Question? by Pamela Wells and David Coffey (pdf attached above) from Teaching Children Mathematics, November 2005. NOTE: Stop reading at the section titled "Developing Habits of Mind"} Write a 1 page (minimum) double spaced and typed reflection (NOT a summary) of the article. DUE Wednesday, September 14 If you aren't sure what I mean by a reflection, Wikipedia describes reflective writing as: A personal reflection on the meaning of the item ... in [your] life. Many reflective writers keep in mind questions, such as "What did I notice?" "How has this changed [how I think about this]?" or "What might I do differently?" Thus, the focus is on writing that is not merely descriptive. The writer doesn’t just hit the replay button; rather, he or she ... reflects on meaning, examines what [made sense] or revealed a need for additional learning, and relate what transpired to the rest of life.