Paper Twitter Post

Paper Twitter Post
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Sometimes parents do not want their children to use a social media product such as Twitter or the student claims they do not have access to the technology. This paper form allows them to have the same learning experience as their peers when posting ideas about their mathematics learning. The experience of reading and responding to class members ideas is not so easy to duplicate. My plan is to let the students post their Paper Twitter Posts on the wall of the classroom and let students respond with sticky notes.
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