I’ve heard a lot about getting students to post their work online. Not only does it allow students to showcase some of their work to the public, but it also allows for the public to give feedback. I decided to experiment with my year 8 class; allowing them to take control of blog and add whatever they wanted in regards to similar and congruent figures. I gave them some digital camera’s, and the rest was up to them. If you are interested in checking them out, go here. If you could vote on which display you think is best, they will love it. Plus they’ll win the prize; a packet of tim tams!
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