# Day 32: Frappy Love

I have to say that the FRAPPY process I borrowed from Jason Molesky is the number one most powerful learning practice I use in my AP Statistics class. It’s so easy with the AP released free response questions to create new FRAPPY experiences and rotate questions thorough from year to year. Today, I’m copying the items for the end of our linear regression study. I really like how I’ve incorporated a written student reflection at the end of the FRAPPY because I get a better insight into the areas students are struggling as well as giving the students a voice for their self-reflection.

I would love to develop a similar set-up for my precalculus course. Alas, I have not found a good source of problems with rubrics and student work examples at the precalculus curriculum level. There are more and more good problem sets for the Common Core courses, Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2 that have student work examples and rubrics to go with the problems. When I teach those courses again, I will definitely include a FRAPPY-like experience for those students.

What do you dream of doing but just can’t find the time and/or resources to make it happen?

Posted on October 21, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged Frappy, student self-reflection. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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