-What was the big idea we worked on today?
-What did I learn today?
-What good ideas did I have today?
-What did I struggle with today?
-Where could I use the knowledge I learned today?
-What questions do I have about today's work?
-What new ideas do I have that this lesson made me think about?
A brief definition of mathematical modeling is real world mathematics problems that have more than one possible answer that students solve with choices or assumptions. The following information shows the benefit of mathematical modeling implementation in that all standards for mathematical practice can be integrated with mathematical modeling. Model-Eliciting Activities (MEAs) are one type of mathematical modeling activity.