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Creating the Proportion Problem

Research shows that student learning increases when they formulate their own problems, as opposed to just solving the ones we give them.

PDROM Bar Video


The students have several images to pick from. Which one should they choose? First, it needs to be a complete photo of the object. Second, they must have at least one real measurement of the object.

Let's watch as one pair of students selects a picture for their problem.

Pay close attention to what led to their final selection.