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Mary Gamble's insight:
I specifically like the, What Stuck with you Today idea. I would do it a little bit differently so that students could also write what they are confused with. This could also be done individually so that students would not have to share what they did not know for the whole class to see. Their answers could be a bit more honest if done individually.
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