1) LOOK AT THE EXAMPLE BEFORE STARTING 2) Complete your thinkboard, using the example as a "how to" guide. 3) Check your work carefully, and revise/edit it if you need to. 3) Once you are SURE it's your best work, submit your work for checking. Pssssst... DID YOU LOOK AT THE EXAMPLE? IF NOT, DO IT NOW :)
Thinkboards help students build deeper levels of mathematical understanding, as they have to think of the problem in a number of different ways. Completed thinkboards can give the teacher a variety of evidence around a student's thinking and can help identify strengths and weaknesses. Addition, Add. Adding. Plus. Maths. Math. Mathematics. Thinkboard. Think board. Think-board.