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When the teachers see the kids excited, the teachers really put effort into it. I suppose I would call this type of problem situation a “sticky wicket.” Resources do not tell you how to solve a problem. The most noticeable thing about math classes was the repetition of this routine." Even though students will express preferences, it doesn't necessarily mean that those preferences are what are best suited to build understanding, will support their progress or have the content they need to meet their grade's expectations and goals.

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