Monday, September 10, 2007

September 10, 2007 Scribe

Today in class, we started class off with 10 Rapid Math questions. After we finished, we got it corrected by other people and Mr. Kuropatwa took them in. After that, he put us in 6 groups of 3 or 4. For the rest of the class, we sat in our groups trying to find out what the errors were on a cheque, by correcting it on the Smart Board.

Mr. Kuropatwa also told us to become more active in class, other than sitting down. "Math is not a spectator sport!"

The next scribe will be: Junar


Lani said...

Hi James!

Since Mr. K. does not consider math to be a spectator sport, how are you and your classmates planning to become more active? Will you be doing pencil push ups? :-)

More seriously, why do you think Mr. K. stresses this?


Lacey said...

Hi James,

So I see that your class has a Smart Board. I never had a type of technology like this when I was going to school. We are learning and having to use them in one of my university classes. I am just curious, what do you think about Smart Boards? Do you like learning from them? Do they make any of your classes better?
I would love to hear any comments that you have about Smart Boards.

Lacey S (Mentor)
University of Regina