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The 3i process is a three step process that helps students break down spatial information, make a prediction and investigate whether their prediction is accurate.
At the Identify stage students are tasked with annotating what they notice about the image or object.
At the final stage of the process the students can then test their predictions of the image or object's transformation by manipulating their origami unit or model.
Once students have broken down the image to its parts and features, they are tasked with sketching what the image or object would look like after it is transformed through folding, cutting or rotating.
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