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“Giving It A Go” – Problem Choice to Enhance Chances of Student Success Robert DeAbreu M.Ed Student Mathematics Education Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy, UBC Thurs, January 31,

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Truth Tiles Use each of the numbers from 1 to 9, each only once, to fill in the blanks so that the three equations are true. As you work, think of the following: -How does this problem work for the intended purpose? What other purposes could it fulfill? -Ways that the problem could be modified or extended. Problem from:

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