Craig Barton interviewed me recently, during which I discussed a series of lessons I planned and taught on solving simultaneous equations.
I could be wrong, but I think this was the best planning and teaching I ever did.
Several people have asked if I would share examples of what I described during the interview, so I’m adding that here. It’s a bit lengthy, but hopefully provides the detail many people were asking for, as well as some insight into how Siegfried Engelmann’s Theory of Instruction can be applied to the classroom.
I’m splitting the post into four parts:
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