Comparing High School Examples
 Menu Math^{1} by Nat Banting“A Math Menu is a collection of constraints that appear as an unordered list generally about 610 constraints long. Each menu prescribes a type of mathematical object that needs to be designed to satisfy these constraints. That object could be a certain type of function (as was the original idea), an expression, a shape, a number, etc.”
 Clothesline math^{2} allows students to compare using number lines. This includes integers, rational numbers, radicals, radian measure, etc.
 Linear Marbleslides^{3}


Students compare visual patterns^{5}
^{1} Banting, N., n.d. Menu Math. [online] Natbanting.com. Available at: <http://natbanting.com/menumath/> [Accessed 18 August 2021].
^{2} Estimation180.com. n.d. Clothesline Math – Estimation 180. [online] Available at: <https://estimation180.com/?s=clothesline+math> [Accessed 18 August 2021].
^{3} Teacher.desmos.com. n.d. Marbleslides: Lines • Activity Builder by Desmos. [online] Available at: <https://teacher.desmos.com/activitybuilder/custom/566b31734e38e1e21a10aac8> [Accessed 18 August 2021].
^{4} Teacher.desmos.com. n.d. Marbleslides: Exponentials • Activity Builder by Desmos. [online] Available at: <https://teacher.desmos.com/activitybuilder/custom/566b317b4e38e1e21a10aafb> [Accessed 18 August 2021].
^{5} Visual Patterns. n.d. Visual Patterns. [online] Available at: <https://www.visualpatterns.org/> [Accessed 18 August 2021].
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