Math Across The Curriculum2b

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  • 1. MATH ACROSS THE CURRICULUM Harper-Archer Middle School Barbara A. Bieniemy, M.A., NBCT Arn St.Cyr, M.S. Instructional Math Coaches
  • 2. Essential Question
    • How can I effectively implement math across the content areas?
    • Will my students benefit from math across the curriculum?
  • 3. Purpose
    • Make math welcome and even indispensable across the entire curriculum.
    • Motivate students to take math seriously.
    • To increase student confidence.
    • To enhance student’s critical and analytical skills.
    • Increase the ability and willingness of students to use math they already know, to facilitate their understanding of other subjects and to draw upon other subjects to improve their math skills.
  • 4. Process
    • Collaboration
    • Planning
    • Implementation
    • Integration
  • 5. Payoff
    • Increase student achievement in math.
    • Meeting AYP in math
  • 6. How and Where???
    • Analyzing data
    • Using patterns
    • Using formulas
    • Probability/statistics/graphs
    • Central tendency (avg., med., mode)
    • Correlation
    • Designing
  • 7. Content areas and Math Math Topics Language Arts /Reading History Geography Physical Education Art Science Central Tendencies X X X Stats/graphs X X X X Correlation X X X X Patterns X X Formulas X X Models X X X Shapes/spatial ideas X X Measurement X X X X Etc.
  • 8. History/Geography
    • Maps: scale, direction, coordinates
    • Statistics/graphs: analyze data
    • Predications from data
  • 9. Science
    • Recording/interpreting data
    • Predict from graphs/models
    • Measure, calculate
    • Formulas
  • 10. PE/Health
    • Height, distance, time
    • Data logging
    • Statistics
    • Correlation
  • 11. Art Math Concepts
    • Scale
    • Ratio
    • Symmetry
    • Spatial ideas
    • Shapes
  • 12. Johnny Apple Seed
    • Using the book Johnny Apple Seed today we will discover math, geography, science, writing and reading.
  • 13. T-Chart Subject : Questions Subject: Answers to the questions What did Johnny do? Why is Johnny important? What do you know about apples? How do they grow? Where do they grow? When are they picked? How many different types are there? What is an orchard?
  • 14. Venn Diagram
  • 15. Frayer Model
  • 16. Technology and Math
    • Georgia Online Assessment www.georgiaoas.org
    • Study Island www.studyisland.com
    • Brainchild (online and handheld)
    • I-Pods
    • Unitedstreaming Videos
    • www.unitedstreaming.com
    • AYP math program
  • 17. 3, 2, 1
    • Three things you’ve learned in this session:
    • Two resources needed for math integration across the curriculum
    • One thing you will implement tomorrow to help students with problems in math:
  • 18. Success in math
    • Depends more on the student’s interest rather than the students’ perceived math ability.