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My Math Journal

by Chad Behnke

Pages 4 and 5 of 141

My Math Journal
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Introduction............................6
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Best Practices...............................7
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Examples of what to include in your journal..................................8-9
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Book Creator Tutorials..............................10-11
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Introduction
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Why journals? Journals are a fantastic way for you to share your progress, gather ideas, and reflect on your experiences.
A multimedia journal lets you go beyond adding text to the page to include:
+ photographs
+ images
+ links
+ and more!

Journals might have a structure, but can still provide lots of space for you to be creative and decide on how to capture your thinking.
1) Write for yourself - while I will read your responses, write as if nobody will
2) Don't limit journaling to text - feel free to include your doodles, upload images/sound, personal videos, etc.
3) Keep your journal organized - feel free to color code, each "page" has a left and a right, include shapes
4) Journal regularly - at least once each day, if not more
journal
Pencil
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*Best
Practices
for Your Math Journal
1) Write for yourself - while I will read your responses, write as if nobody will
2) Don't limit journaling to text - feel free to include your doodles, upload images/sound, personal videos, etc.
3) Keep your journal organized - feel free to color code, each "page" has a left and a right, include shapes
4) Journal regularly - at least once each day, if not more
Examples of what to include in your journal
How did you grow as a mathematician today?
Describe a new strategy that you learned.
Tell a math word and what it means.
strategy
word
Explain how you challenged yourself today.
Tell me something that you noticed today and how it helped you solve a math task
challenge
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Examples of what to include in your journal
How did you grow as a mathematician today?
Describe a mistake that you made and what you learned from it.
Explain what helped you in your learning today.
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help
Explain a connection that you can make with your previous learning.
Give an example of a real-life application of today's math.
connection
world
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