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Quiz Review

It’s the day before a quiz. The kids are reviewing — working on math problems from the last week or so. Here’s the promise: Know how to do these, and you won’t be surprised tomorrow.

Two kids in the back are working together. That’s fine. When they are at work in a few years, this is how it’ll be for them every day. So it’s more than fine. Them working together like like this is (or ought to be) a math teacher’s dream.

They are huddled over her phone.  She is pointing at it, her pencil moving back and forth. They must be reading something, maybe worked examples from the scanned class notes on Google Classroom.

“Ohhh that’s right!” she says. “I know how to do this one.”

She quickly puts her phone down. They both turn and begin writing on their review sheets.

Check: one problem down.