Today in Geometry we did group presentations. I struggled with this because I had not given very much feedback to the groups on their proofs prior to their presentations. The bad news was, an overwhelming majority of the groups’ proofs were glaringly incorrect. The good news was, this process allowed to me to take specific notes about where the groups’ misconceptions were- did they mix up words and symbols? Did they know how to use a certain piece of given information? Super enlightening. On the other hand, can I justify that if a proof was correct, the entire group knew how to do it?