Children explaining their thinking

Being able to explain one’s thinking is an important part of the learning process. It is one thing to complete a task, but to explain the process to someone else requires a deeper level of thinking. The children are using fotobabble to help them share their thinking with others. They have been working on speaking clearly and slowly so that others can hear, and on describing details. They make decisions about which work they will share and independently record and tweet the fotobabbles. Check the student tweets tab on the KC blog to see the latest fotobabbles.
 
Jaiden’s pattern

 
Ken’s pattern

 
Leona’s pattern

 
Kieran’s pattern

 
Scarlett’s pattern



One Response to “Children explaining their thinking”

  1.   Elaine Yandeau Says:

    There are so many different patterns that you’ve created. This made me realize how many patterns there are around my house! I’m now seeing patterns EVERYWHERE!!!

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