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SEI Math Capstone Project

SEI Math Capstone Project
SEI Math Capstone Project
SEI Math Capstone Project

SEI Math Capstone Project
SEI Math Capstone Project

SEI Math Capstone Project
SEI Math Capstone Project

SEI Math Capstone Project

Grade Levels
7th , 8th , 9th , 10th
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Lesson Plans (Individual) , Cooperative Learning , Professional Development
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SEI Capstone project for 9th Grade Algebra 1 inclusion team teaching.
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14 pages
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Does not apply
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