**How would you envisage the Maths experience in SST is going to be like...**

(a) In what way do you think learning would look like in our Maths classroom?

(b) How do we contribute to a conducive and encouraging learning environment?

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(a) I think learning in our Math classroom would be productive in my learning to help me excel.

ReplyDelete(b) By respecting one another and each other's abilities.

(a)I think learning in the maths classroom would help me learn better.

ReplyDelete(b)i think we should all be co-operative and helpful

a) We would be using our learning devices

ReplyDeleteb) We can ceap it clean

(a)Learning Maths in our classroom would be learning to solve real-life problems.

ReplyDelete(b)By picking the right kind of problems and studying them, we can learn Maths better.

(a)Solving problems

ReplyDelete(b)Don't laugh at a person if he or she said something wrong

(a)I think learning in our class room will allow us to perform to the best odour abilities

ReplyDelete(b)we should respect others and their learning ability

(a)I think learning maths in our classroom would teach us to solve real-life problems and also help us to excel better than we can think we can do in Maths.

ReplyDelete(b)I think we can help each other out if someone does not understand anything rather than laughing at them and we should always be attentive when the teacher is talking.

a) We can learn about new Maths facts on our learning devices using the different Math programs.

ReplyDeleteb) Always participate in learning new things and always ask questions if there is a need to

(a)I think lessons would be fun and engaging but also teaching us how to use software like Geogebra and making us improve in Maths.

ReplyDelete(b)We can help by respecting others' feelings and post difficult questions on the Maths blog to allow everyone to answer them.

(a)I think lessons should be helpful, serious, and yet fun at the same time so we all can learn.

ReplyDelete(b) We all can contribute by respecting others and listening to them when speaking and also help our friends in need when they are not able to solve a particular sum, not by giving him or her the answer, but by giving clues so they can find out the answer by themselves.

(a) I think lessons will be fun

ReplyDelete(b) We can keep the classroom neat and tidy

a) we should help each other with our strengths

ReplyDeleteb) we can not criticise others for their weaknesses

(a) I think lessons would enjoyable.

ReplyDelete(b) We should respect one another.

(a) I think we would most likely use our LDs to learn and maybe learn through games solving real life questions.

ReplyDelete(b) I think we should not make fun of others, not be afraid to ask questions and ideally the stronger students would help the ones who don't understand.

(a) I think the lessons will be really fun, enjoyable and possibly creative, and also when we get to use our LDs.

ReplyDelete(b) I think we should not disrupt the class unless we need to ask or answer a question. We also should help our classmates should anyone be struggling with the subject.

(a) I think that the lesson would be engaging, fun and enjoyable and not a drag like how some of the teachers do, little or no hands-on and plain memorising.

ReplyDelete(b) I think we should be more sensitive to other people's thoughts and think from their view. We could encourage each other and be considerate by not disrupting the teacher.

(a) Engaging, interesting and hands-on lessons to help us solve real life problems.

ReplyDelete(b) Keep things as quiet as possible to minimise distractions.

(a) I think learning would look very interesting and engaging.

ReplyDelete(b) We could encourage and help classmates who do not understand something during lessons.

a) It would be fun and would make me excel in what I do

ReplyDeleteb) We should not tease anyone regarding their capabilities and should acknowledge what they do

A) The lessons seem to be fun and I would enjoy them.

ReplyDeleteB) We all should learn from everyone's mistakes instead of laughing at them and take note that we don't repeat them.

(a) It would be very interesting and fun.

ReplyDelete(b) We should encourage each other and if we make a mistake we should learn from it.

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ReplyDelete(a) It will keep us thinking with challenging math problems instead of drills

ReplyDelete(b) If a friend does not know how to solve a question, we can always what's-app each other the method of solving the question.