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Here are some ideas.
This one een has a lesson plan included in the supporting material:
Sorry Alicia, that was an answer for another question about teaching counting, but maybe something will be useful for you anyway??
I don't actually know what upside down teaching is?
It is Gradual Release backwards---You do, We do, I do
So would something like this qualify as upside down teaching?
- Start with open ended "warm up" questions that is a precursor to the day's lesson. Have students work on this by themselves (or in pairs?) while you do attendance or HW check. Then have students lead a discussion about how they solved the given problem, gathering different strategies from different students, then do a teacher led explanation of the days lesson?
This was my primary teaching strategy as a math teacher.
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