A Victory Inn & Suites - Ann Arbor
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... with students about their math work and eliciting student thinking. This left us wondering... - How often have we built relationships with students around content rather than only personal interests? -How can we build relationships with all students around the math? -How can we convey this practice of relationship building with other teachers? We will continue to think some more about our week and set some next steps. For now, off to the ...
... posed the question to Dr. Ball. "Could you please speak to us about how you are preplanning for and in the moment selecting students to share?" Dr. Ball asked to address this in the debrief. Through the lesson, we watched for opportunities Dr. Ball used for calling on students to share and for explicit teaching (our assignment from yesterday afternoon). During the debrief, ...
... and wanted $200 for it, but luckily there was a Red Roof Inn close by that had rooms and the price was right. Again, Hinesh used his British charm to get us an even better price. We rest after the drive and chill until dinner time.
We choose to go to Jerusalem Garden for some falafels and chicken shawarma. We get to see some of downtown Ann Arbor. It’s a really cool college town. Cute cafes and restaurants, lots of University of ...
... feelings known during a press conference in May by stating,"The Notre Dame game, that rivalry, which they're chickening out of..." The week before the game, Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly made it even worse when he said, "I really haven't seen it as one of those historic, traditional Notre Dame rivalries. I've seen it as just one of those great football games that Notre Dame has played." "It's a big regional ...
... boarding for seniors! YEAHHHHHHHHHH!!
We got boarded and found some seats . . . and the ride was uneventful (except from some child screaming further back in the car . . . thank you, thank you for headphones and ear plugs!!). The train arrived in Ann Arbor on time!
Cole and Tammi were there to meet us. On the way home we stopped in Dundee from some supper--good ol' Bob Evans!!