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The students follow along, each using their own graphing calculator and occasionally interject questions when they have a problem with the technology. • The instructor uses PowerPoint and video from the Internet to present a lesson showing students how the path followed by a cannonball is modeled by a quadratic equation, and how to find that equation. As I walked around the room observing these small groups of students asking questions (and distributing more index cards because it quickly became apparent that 20 would not be enough) I was struck by the depth of their thinking.

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Publisher: Nathaniel Max Rock (August 4, 2005)

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