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March 26, 2014

520bd40a-fe54-45a2-928a-2f9a0a9d1fad.pngMaster Teacher Heather Stephan; Grade 7 Math
Western Middle School; Elon, North Carolina


Did you know that you can leave comments for our Master Teachers on CC.BetterLesson? YOU CAN!

At the bottom of each lesson, you’ll find a comment section where you can engage with the Master Teacher if you have questions or feedback.

Look at some of the positive feedback Heather Stephan is getting about her lessons.

The following comments were left on her  “Simplifying Expressions – What are like terms?” lesson:

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This comment was left on Heather’s lesson “Random Sampling – How Do You Make Sure Your Sample is Random?”:

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Oftentimes, our Master Teachers will comment on each other’s lessons. In the example below, Merrie Rampy, rockstar Master Teacher from Craigmont, Idaho, comments on Heather’s lesson “Adding Integers Test”. You’ll notice that replies appear above the original comment on our site.

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We encourage you to interact in the comments section of our lessons. We would love to know if you were able to apply the lesson to your classroom. We would also love your feedback. CC.BetterLesson is a living, breathing, constantly evolving home for Math and ELA lessons aligned to the Common Core. Your interactions will help us continue to evolve in ways that best support teachers.

 

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