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  1. I really like this idea and your worksheet. I will be using it. I've done it informally in the past on whiteboards in my guided groups and found that it really promoted mathematical thinking and accountable talk by the students. It teaches the kids to be aware of their own thinking. In reading, we teach Monitoring Comprehension and fix up strategies. In math, students need to be taught this as well.

    Often times as teachers, we say to double check your work without really teaching the kids how to double check. Error analysis is a great way to teach kids how to double check their work for careless errors.

  2. Hi,

    This such a good post. I teach first and struggled with a way to keep my high kids going, and I think this is a great way of doing it. What book by Marzano did you read?I'd like to read up on it some more. Thanks.:-)

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