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Ideas on use of Wrap Around Room white boards for math practice

Nov 11, 2017 9:50pm

My school has graciously purchased and hung eight 4"x4" whiteboards around many of our rooms. I teach math and imagine sending my students to the boards to practice new concepts that we are working on. It will be great for them to guide each other through tough spots and a super formative assessment opportunity. I searched the web for different ideas on structuring it, but the only things I could find were games to use with individual mini-whiteboards. Thanks for any help you can provide!

  • Math
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  • Engagement


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    • Nov 19, 2017 8:38pm

      Sorry, I could not provide an answer.

      • Dec 17, 2017 6:21pm

        I've seen it called "360 Degree Math". The students are all actively engaged in doing math on the walls while the teacher is the audience, peering at their work for accuracy, strategies, misconceptions, etc. and listening in as students talk through math with each other.

        Here's the website: