E. Eastman February 2014
Think Through Math
Focus and take your time.
(Click slowly while you read, listen & solve problems)
Pay close attention to all feedback.
(Lea...
Test-Out
Option
Review math
ideas before
lesson.
Learn
newmath
ina
STEP-BY-STEP
LESSON
Learn
process
for problem-
solving....
NOTE:
Focus Lesson removed
from TTM as of 2013-2014 —>
See next slide for
updatedlearning
sequence!
Test-Out
Option
Review math
ideas before
lesson.
Learn new
math
through
solving
problems with
help and
feedback.
Learn
pro...
LESSONS
• 2nd attempt= ½ # of possible points
• 3rd attempt placed a bottom of lesson pathway—
¼ of points possible
• Look...
TTM LESSON ROUTINE
•Every lesson starts w/pre-quiz-->
You can test out of things you know (80%)
• 25-30 minutes for lesson...
Motivational & FUN!
• Points & Certificates
• Donate to Charities & Make a Difference!
• Class Goals & Rewards
• Avatar De...
Certificates
Points to
spend on
charity
donations
or avatar
features
Avatars and
Leader Board
competitions
Contests to
win...
“Pass 30 lessons at any point during the school
year will automatically become a member of
the elite THINK 30 Club. At the...
Hey Texas students –
take your state to the top!
TEXAS has 75,000 points and OKLAHOMA
has 60,000 points. At the end of thi...
Give points you earn
toward charity of your
choice, avatar design,
or a class goal!
PlacementTest
Adaptive test to
determine where
students need to
‘start’ grade level
material.
[25 questions]
1. PRE-QUIZ
2. WARM-UP
REVIEW
Math
Before
Lesson
FOCUS
Learn
New Math!
TTM Journal:
For each lesson, write:
E. Eastman February 2014
• Date + Lesson topic
• Notes-Vocabulary & Thinking Steps
(i...
3.GUIDED LEARNING
Read all feedback…
you see from both right & wrong answers
Replay explanation to
find why you made
mistakes!
Click for Help
If you’re
confused.
Try again &
learn from your
mistakes!
GUIDED
LEARNING:
• Show your work in your TTM
Journal as you work
problems.
• Use your notes.
• Click your Learning Coach ...
4.INDEPENDENT
PRACTICE
• Show your work in your TTM Journal
as you work problems.
• Use your notes.
• Feedback helps you l...
5. POST-QUIZ
[LESSON TEST]
1 TRY PER
PROBLEM!
Find more information & resources @
http://texassuccess.org/math
* Contact Me: @elizbtheastman
* Find Me: about.me/elizbtheastman
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Think Through Math - UPDATE 2014

  1. 1. E. Eastman February 2014 Think Through Math
  2. 2. Focus and take your time. (Click slowly while you read, listen & solve problems) Pay close attention to all feedback. (Learn from both right and wrong answers). Use and apply math strategies. (Connect to what you’ve learned in class). Click for help when you need it— (Use your Coach, Math Help(s), & Math Words tool). E. Eastman February 2014 Tips for Successful Online Math Learning
  3. 3. Test-Out Option Review math ideas before lesson. Learn newmath ina STEP-BY-STEP LESSON Learn process for problem- solving. Prepare tobesuccessful onpost- quiz. Show what you learned in the lesson. Learn new math in a STEP-BY- STEP LESSON Learn & understand new math through solving problems with help and feedback. Prepare to be successful on post- quiz. THINK THROUGH MATH LIVE Teachers Available Click your ‘Coach’ or ‘Math Help’ E. Eastman February 2014 Use your TTM Journal to take notes and work out problems. Learning tips & Lesson Sequence Only 1 try per problem! NOTE: Focus Lesson removed from TTM learning sequence as of 2013-2014—>See next slide for updated learning sequence!
  4. 4. NOTE: Focus Lesson removed from TTM as of 2013-2014 —> See next slide for updatedlearning sequence!
  5. 5. Test-Out Option Review math ideas before lesson. Learn new math through solving problems with help and feedback. Learn process for problem- solving. Prepare to be successful on post- quiz. Show what you learned in the lesson. THINK THROUGH MATH LIVE Teachers Available Click your ‘Coach’ or ‘Math Help’ E. Eastman February 2014 Use your TTM Journal to take notes and work out problems. Learning tips & Lesson Sequence Only 1 try per problem! •Weekly Goals •Vocabulary •Show Your Work •Problem-Solving Strategies
  6. 6. LESSONS • 2nd attempt= ½ # of possible points • 3rd attempt placed a bottom of lesson pathway— ¼ of points possible • Look for comments & stars from your teacher! Every lesson is worth 1000-1500 pts. 3 chances to pass a lesson 1st attempt = Maximum # of Points Don’t be a careless clicker! Strive to pass all target lessons on Pathway!
  7. 7. TTM LESSON ROUTINE •Every lesson starts w/pre-quiz--> You can test out of things you know (80%) • 25-30 minutes for lesson work & math-journaling. • End of session->3-5 minutes • Reflect on or re-set goals • Update avatar • Donate to charities • Check contests
  8. 8. Motivational & FUN! • Points & Certificates • Donate to Charities & Make a Difference! • Class Goals & Rewards • Avatar Design • Cool Contests AND… • Outside of school access • Feedback + built-in support • Your grade level pathway in moves you through required math skills and beyond into to the next grade-level!
  9. 9. Certificates Points to spend on charity donations or avatar features Avatars and Leader Board competitions Contests to win prizes for solving math problems! Badges to show good work Track your progress!
  10. 10. “Pass 30 lessons at any point during the school year will automatically become a member of the elite THINK 30 Club. At the end of each month, all THINK 30 Club members will be entered into a random drawing for the ultimate THINK 30 Club prize - an iPod Touch, a Kindle Fire, a set of BEATS by Dre headphones or a $200 Amazon gift card – you win and you get to choose! The sky is the limit! Every time you pass a math lesson, you get one step closer to being a nationwide THINK 30 Club member!” CONTESTS
  11. 11. Hey Texas students – take your state to the top! TEXAS has 75,000 points and OKLAHOMA has 60,000 points. At the end of this week, the points for the teamwork and evening/weekend bonuses will be added to each states’ total and a winner will be announced. Let’s make one final push and make sure that Texas is named the winner. Good Luck! CONTESTS February-March 2014
  12. 12. Give points you earn toward charity of your choice, avatar design, or a class goal!
  13. 13. PlacementTest Adaptive test to determine where students need to ‘start’ grade level material. [25 questions]
  14. 14. 1. PRE-QUIZ
  15. 15. 2. WARM-UP REVIEW Math Before Lesson
  16. 16. FOCUS Learn New Math!
  17. 17. TTM Journal: For each lesson, write: E. Eastman February 2014 • Date + Lesson topic • Notes-Vocabulary & Thinking Steps (important parts of math skills you are learning). • Notes that show your work as you do the math.
  18. 18. 3.GUIDED LEARNING Read all feedback… you see from both right & wrong answers
  19. 19. Replay explanation to find why you made mistakes! Click for Help If you’re confused. Try again & learn from your mistakes!
  20. 20. GUIDED LEARNING: • Show your work in your TTM Journal as you work problems. • Use your notes. • Click your Learning Coach if you don’t know an answer. • LC will send you to a Live teacher if you need more help. MATH HELP: • Feedback helps you learn! • Read all feedback you see from both right & wrong answers Wrong Answer Replay feedback explanation Click for Help Learning Coach Try Problem Again E. Eastman February 2014
  21. 21. 4.INDEPENDENT PRACTICE • Show your work in your TTM Journal as you work problems. • Use your notes. • Feedback helps you learn! Read all feedback you see from both right & wrong answers.
  22. 22. 5. POST-QUIZ [LESSON TEST] 1 TRY PER PROBLEM!
  23. 23. Find more information & resources @ http://texassuccess.org/math
  24. 24. * Contact Me: @elizbtheastman * Find Me: about.me/elizbtheastman
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