Awesome Things Kids Do: The Modeling Comic

One of the many benefits of teaching is the kids. They say goofy things, write messages to me on my whiteboard, play practical jokes (k, not so much my favorite), and are generally just fun to be around. As a result I have decided to start a new category where I will post periodically with something cool/interesting/fun that a kid did in my class. Which brings me to my first post in this series…

The Modeling Comic

A couple of weeks ago my classes delved into modeling for the first time. I had students write reflections about the process (post coming soon), and one student included this with his reflection. Too awesome not to post.

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