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  • Shared vision, teaching pedagogy, dream student. Common vocab etc.
  • UNESCO
  • Play out the 21 century dispositions.
  • Why targeted learning group important – refer Syndicate and GATE letters Problem solving – collaborative work within a real life context, making it meaningful and promoting the transfer of skills and dispositions Figure it out books

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  • Mathematics Parents Evening May 2011
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  • Learning to Do: Future Focused Creativity Enviro Action Thinking Communicating Learning to Know: General knowledge Inquiry Independence Love of Learning Learning to Be: Integrity Wellbeing Resilience Sensitivity Resourcefulness Learning to Get Along With Others: Co-operation Respect Empathy Tolerance
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  • So what does that mean in Maths?
    • Abbott and Costello
    • Shift from Knowing Process/Doing
    • Focus on building and transferring the skills and dispositions for the 21 st century learner. What are these???
      • Having a strong numeracy base
      • Making connections
      • Investigating
      • Problem solving
      • Collaboration
    • What does these look like and how are they
    • played out at Stanley Avenue?
  • Junior Syndicate
    • Targeted learning groups
    • 60% - 80% Numeracy – Building the foundation
    • Progressions
    • Examples of Strategies
      • One to One Counting
      • Counts from One on Materials
      • Counts from One by Imaging
  • Middle Syndicate
    • Target learning groups
    • 50% - 70% Numeracy
    • Progressions
    • Examples of strategies
      • Advanced Counting
      • Early Additive Part-Whole
      • Advanced Additive Part-Whole
    • Integration of strand
  • Your turn
    • How many cars are in each line?
    • How many lines are there?
    • How many cars are there
    • altogether?
    • If you had four more rows,
    • how many cars would there be?
  • Senior Syndicate
    • Targeted learning groups
    • 40% - 60% Numeracy
    • Larger emphasis on Strand
    • Problem solving – investigating – Collaboration
    • Examples of activities:
      • Otago problem solving
      • Mathletics
      • Practical tasks around the school
      • FIO books
      • Worksheets
  • Your turn Problem solving
    • 1 - Last week Temepara bought a chocolate bar from the sweet counter and paid with a $5 note. The change she received consisted of one of each New Zealand coin. How much did the chocolate bar cost?
    • 2 - Each of the numbers 1 to 7 is placed in a circle on the right,
    • so that the total of the three numbers along each of the three
    • arms of the Y is 14.What number goes in the middle circle?
    • 3 - Homer began peeling a pile of 44 potatoes at the rate of 3 potatoes per minute. Four minutes later Marge joined him and peeled at the rate of 5 potatoes per
    • minute. When they were finished, how many potatoes had Marge peeled?
  • What you can do
    • COUNTING
      • Cars, shells on beach, pegs, run around the house (time, distance), how many steps you walk, count backwards.
    • IDENTIFYING NUMBERS
      • Letter boxes, number plates, speed signs, how many km’s to go, number cards, combine numbers.
    • NUMBERS BEFORE AND AFTER
      • Letter boxes, say a number, write numbers down, use dice.
    • ORDER NUMBERS
      • Number cards, write numbers down.
    • BASIC FACTS
      • Pairs to 20, doubles, time tables.
  • What you can do
    • PROMOTE AND GIVE THEM OPPORTUNITIES TO DO MATHS:
      • Involve your children in the financial decision making- Pocket money, shopping etc.
      • Landscaping, fencing, creating charts that promote routines
      • Games - Bingo, Monopoly
      • Discuss and talk to your children about the learning in Maths. Support them with their home
      • learning.
  • And continue to…
    • be supportive, interested and positive towards Maths.
    • listen – Their solution or method might not be the same as yours.
  • For more information:
    • Go to: www.nzmaths.co.nz
    • And finally