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Episode 15 – Retakes or Corrections DebateMath Podcast

Suppose some students do not do well on a test or a quiz. What’s the best way for students to improve and then show their improved understanding? They could correct their mistakes for credit or set a date for a retake. Which way do you want students to show mastery? Listen in as our teams discuss what they think is the best way forward in this month’s debate!Connect with People from This Episode:Follow Julie Saller on Twitter: @edtechmathteach, or search for Julie Ann on Facebook.Follow May Vang on Twitter: @vangmay1, or find May Vang Swanson on Facebook.Follow Amanda Jansen on Twitter: @MandyMathEd, and find Mandy’s book: “Rough Draft Math” on the Stenhouse website. Follow Richard Velasco on Twitter: @rclvelasco.Listened to the episode? Now, it’s your turn to share! Go to our Twitter: @DebateMathPod to share your thoughts. Don’t forget to check out the video version of this podcast on our YouTube channel!Keep up with all the latest info by following @DebateMathPod or going to debatemath.com. Follow us @Rob_Baier & @cluzniak. And don’t forget to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts!
  1. Episode 15 – Retakes or Corrections
  2. Episode 14 – Ditch Algebra 2
  3. Episode 13 – Is HS Math Relevant?
  4. Episode 200 – Reflecting on Season 1
  5. Episode 12 – What is the Purpose of Math Class?

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