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The document discusses several approaches to teaching mathematics: inquiry teaching which involves presenting problems for students to research; demonstration which involves the teacher modeling tasks; discovery which involves active roles for both teachers and students; and math-lab which has students work in small groups on tasks. It also discusses techniques like brainstorming, problem-solving, cooperative learning, and integrated teaching across subjects.

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Techniques and Strategies in Teaching Math

The document discusses strategies for teaching mathematics, including discovery approach, inquiry teaching, demonstration approach, math-lab approach, practical work approach, individualized instruction using modules, brainstorming, problem-solving, cooperative learning, and integrative technique. It provides details on each approach, such as the discovery approach aiming to develop higher-order thinking skills and both teachers and learners playing active roles. It also lists 10 creative ways to teach math using dramatizations, children's bodies, play, toys, stories, creativity, and problem-solving abilities.

Strategies in Teaching Mathematics -Principles of Teaching 2 (KMB)

Solving problems is a practical art, like swimming, or skiing, or playing the piano: you can learn it only by imitation and practice. . . . if you wish to learn swimming you have to go in the water, and if you wish to become a problem solver you have to solve problems.
- Mathematical Discovery George Polya

Strategies in teaching mathematics

The document provides strategies for teaching mathematics. It discusses strategies based on knowledge and skill goals as well as understanding goals. For knowledge and skill goals, repetition and practice are emphasized. For understanding goals, teacher-led discussion and discovery-based laboratory activities are recommended. Problem solving strategies include ensuring student understanding, asking questions, encouraging reflection on solutions, and presenting alternative problem solving approaches. Constructivist learning and cognitive tools like guided discovery are also discussed. The document outlines steps for problem solving and strategies like concept attainment. It concludes by evaluating mathematics learning through various individual and group tests as well as informal and standardized testing procedures.

32 teaching strategies in math

This document discusses several teaching strategies for math: Lecture-Discussion Method, Cooperative and Collaborative Learning, Jigsaw Method, and Think-Pair-Share. It provides details on how each strategy works, including applying the Lecture-Discussion Method with its nine events of instruction, the emphasis of cooperative/collaborative learning, and examples of applying the Jigsaw Method and Think-Pair-Share in a classroom.

Math Teaching Strategies Presentation

presented in this power point is the list of some teaching strategies that teachers can use in teaching mathematics.

K to 12 Mathematics Curriculum Guide for Grades 1 to 10

The document is the K to 12 Curriculum Guide for Mathematics from Kindergarten to Grade 10 in the Philippines. It outlines the conceptual framework, brief course description, learning area standards, key stage standards, grade level standards, and sample grade level content for Grade 1. The goals of mathematics education are developing critical thinking and problem solving skills. Key concepts include numbers, measurement, geometry, patterns and algebra, and probability and statistics. The curriculum is based on theories of experiential learning, constructivism, and inquiry-based learning.

Final lesson plan in Math (4A's Approach)

1. The document outlines a teacher's daily lesson plan on teaching students about the formula for calculating the area of triangles.
2. The lesson includes an opening prayer and greeting, reviewing the previous lesson on parallelograms, a hands-on activity to discover the triangle area formula, worked examples, and a short quiz as homework.
3. Key points covered are that the area of a triangle is one-half the area of the rectangle or parallelogram upon which it is based, and the formula for calculating triangle area is 1/2 x base x height.

K to 12 math curriculum

This is the new curriculum introduced and implemented by the Department of Education - Philippines from 10 years to 12 years in education.

Techniques and Strategies in Teaching Math

The document discusses strategies for teaching mathematics, including discovery approach, inquiry teaching, demonstration approach, math-lab approach, practical work approach, individualized instruction using modules, brainstorming, problem-solving, cooperative learning, and integrative technique. It provides details on each approach, such as the discovery approach aiming to develop higher-order thinking skills and both teachers and learners playing active roles. It also lists 10 creative ways to teach math using dramatizations, children's bodies, play, toys, stories, creativity, and problem-solving abilities.

Strategies in Teaching Mathematics -Principles of Teaching 2 (KMB)

Solving problems is a practical art, like swimming, or skiing, or playing the piano: you can learn it only by imitation and practice. . . . if you wish to learn swimming you have to go in the water, and if you wish to become a problem solver you have to solve problems.
- Mathematical Discovery George Polya

Strategies in teaching mathematics

The document provides strategies for teaching mathematics. It discusses strategies based on knowledge and skill goals as well as understanding goals. For knowledge and skill goals, repetition and practice are emphasized. For understanding goals, teacher-led discussion and discovery-based laboratory activities are recommended. Problem solving strategies include ensuring student understanding, asking questions, encouraging reflection on solutions, and presenting alternative problem solving approaches. Constructivist learning and cognitive tools like guided discovery are also discussed. The document outlines steps for problem solving and strategies like concept attainment. It concludes by evaluating mathematics learning through various individual and group tests as well as informal and standardized testing procedures.

32 teaching strategies in math

This document discusses several teaching strategies for math: Lecture-Discussion Method, Cooperative and Collaborative Learning, Jigsaw Method, and Think-Pair-Share. It provides details on how each strategy works, including applying the Lecture-Discussion Method with its nine events of instruction, the emphasis of cooperative/collaborative learning, and examples of applying the Jigsaw Method and Think-Pair-Share in a classroom.

Math Teaching Strategies Presentation

presented in this power point is the list of some teaching strategies that teachers can use in teaching mathematics.

K to 12 Mathematics Curriculum Guide for Grades 1 to 10

The document is the K to 12 Curriculum Guide for Mathematics from Kindergarten to Grade 10 in the Philippines. It outlines the conceptual framework, brief course description, learning area standards, key stage standards, grade level standards, and sample grade level content for Grade 1. The goals of mathematics education are developing critical thinking and problem solving skills. Key concepts include numbers, measurement, geometry, patterns and algebra, and probability and statistics. The curriculum is based on theories of experiential learning, constructivism, and inquiry-based learning.

Final lesson plan in Math (4A's Approach)

1. The document outlines a teacher's daily lesson plan on teaching students about the formula for calculating the area of triangles.
2. The lesson includes an opening prayer and greeting, reviewing the previous lesson on parallelograms, a hands-on activity to discover the triangle area formula, worked examples, and a short quiz as homework.
3. Key points covered are that the area of a triangle is one-half the area of the rectangle or parallelogram upon which it is based, and the formula for calculating triangle area is 1/2 x base x height.

K to 12 math curriculum

This is the new curriculum introduced and implemented by the Department of Education - Philippines from 10 years to 12 years in education.

Lesson Plan in Mathematics 3

A Semi-detailed lesson plan in mathematics III. I used this lesson plan during the demonstration teaching in hiring for teacher applicants.

Integer lesson plan

This document outlines a lesson plan on integer operations with the following objectives:
1) Define integers and integer operation rules
2) Solve problems involving integer operations
3) Relate integers to real-world applications
The lesson will include motivation games to introduce integers, group activities with flashcards to practice operations, and a discussion of integer definitions and rules. It will conclude by connecting integers to a real-world video example and giving an evaluation of integer operation problems.

Module 6.3 mathematics

Here are the key points about the nature of mathematics according to NCTM:
1. Mathematics is a study of patterns and relationships. Mathematical ideas are interwoven and students must explore recurring ideas/patterns and relationships between them.
2. Mathematics is a way of thinking. Problem solving in mathematics trains logical, analytical, critical and systematic thinking skills needed to confront everyday problems.
3. Mathematics is an art.
4. Mathematics is a language used to efficiently communicate complex processes and thoughts precisely using symbols and specific terms. Students must learn this mathematical register or vocabulary.
So in summary, according to NCTM, mathematics involves exploring patterns and relationships, develops strong thinking skills, has an artistic element, and

Lesson plan (quadrilaterals)

This document contains a detailed lesson plan for a 7th grade mathematics class on quadrilaterals. The lesson plan includes the following:
1) Objectives of defining and identifying different types of quadrilaterals, as well as comparing, drawing, and describing them.
2) A variety of activities to engage students in discovering properties of quadrilaterals, including games, group work, and story problems.
3) An evaluation at the end to assess student understanding of quadrilaterals through drawing, defining, and identifying true/false statements about their properties.
4) An assignment for students to work in groups to create a jingle summarizing what they learned about quadrilaterals

Table of specification in math test

This document is a table of specification for a math exam that will assess students on various algebraic concepts. It outlines the major content areas, time allotted for each section, number of test items, and how items will assess different cognitive levels including remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, and evaluating. The exam will have 50 multiple choice items testing topics such as algebraic expressions, polynomials, linear equations, and problem solving over a total time of 60 minutes.

Multigrade Teaching

Multigrade teaching involves one teacher instructing multiple grade levels simultaneously. Some teachers may teach two grades while others may teach up to seven grades. It occurs where there are more grade levels than teachers. Factors like cultural, socioeconomic, benefits to learning, and community involvement contribute to multigrade teaching. Teachers face challenges like curriculum planning, attitude, isolation, and varying student abilities but can overcome them with support, resources, and community involvement.

The Teaching of Mathematics

The document discusses principles and methods for teaching mathematics. It covers:
1) The spiral progression approach which revisits math basics each grade level with increasing depth and breadth.
2) Principles like balancing standard-based and integrated approaches, using problem-solving, and assessment-driven instruction.
3) Bruner's three-tiered learning theory of enactive, iconic, and symbolic representation.
4) Teaching methods like problem-solving, concept attainment strategies, concept formation strategies, direct instruction, and experiential/constructivist approaches.

Lesson guide gr. 3 chapter i -multiplication v1.0

The document provides a lesson guide for teaching elementary school students about changing the order or regrouping in multiplication. It contains several learning objectives, content, experiences and activities to help students understand that changing the order of factors in a multiplication problem does not change the product. The activities include climbing a ladder game, grouping counters in different ways, examining rectangular arrangements, writing multiplication sentences for word problems, and evaluating understanding through completion and grouping exercises. The overall goal is for students to show that regrouping factors makes computation easier and does not affect the product.

Problem posing

Here are some possible mathematical problems that could be posed from the given situation:
1) The master worker can paint 1 square meter of the billboard per hour. The apprentice can paint 0.5 square meters per hour. If they work for 8 hours, how many square meters of the billboard can they paint?
2) The billboard measures 20 square meters. If the master worker and apprentice work together for x hours, write an equation to represent the relationship between the number of hours worked (x) and the area painted (y).
3) The billboard measures 20 square meters. The master worker and apprentice work together for 8 hours. How much of the billboard do they paint?

Approaches in teaching and learning mathematics

The document discusses several approaches to teaching and learning mathematics:
1. Cooperative learning involves students working together in groups, under teacher supervision, to solve problems and complete projects while the teacher evaluates learning outcomes.
2. Contextual learning relates new knowledge to students' life experiences and environments to make learning more meaningful.
3. Mastery learning breaks the curriculum into small units to ensure students master one unit before moving to the next, with remedial activities as needed.
4. Constructivism and self-access learning encourage students to build knowledge based on their own exploration and prior experiences with teacher guidance.
5. Future studies prepares students to be independent thinkers by understanding future issues and acquiring lifelong learning skills.

Lesson Plan in Algebra

The document provides a detailed lesson plan for a mathematics class on evaluating algebraic expressions. It includes objectives, subject matter, instructional procedures, evaluation, and assignment. The lesson involves identifying steps to evaluate expressions, applying those steps through group activities, and showing appreciation for group work. Students work in groups to evaluate expressions when given values for variables. They are evaluated on accuracy, timeliness, and cooperation. For an assignment, students evaluate expressions when given different values for two variables.

Lesson plan in elementary mathematics five

1. The lesson plan aims to teach students how to find the prime factors of numbers.
2. Students will practice finding prime factors using factor trees, continuous division by primes, and listing the prime factors.
3. The lesson concludes with students practicing finding the prime factors of various numbers independently using any method taught.

D.o. 36, s. 2016 ppt

This document outlines policy guidelines for awards and recognition programs for students in the K-12 Basic Education Program. It discusses the rationale for having such programs, which is to create a positive learning environment, improve student morale, and motivate high performance. It then describes the different types of classroom and grade-level awards that should be given, such as performance awards, conduct awards, academic excellence awards, and leadership awards. It also provides details on how awardees are determined by an Awards Committee and how protests should be handled. The overall purpose is to acknowledge and promote student excellence in various areas of achievement.

A detailed lesson plan

The document provides a detailed lesson plan for a grade 4 mathematics class on adding and subtracting fractions. The lesson plan outlines objectives, subject matter, procedures used, and examples worked through step-by-step with the class. The key topics covered are: adding and subtracting fractions with similar and dissimilar denominators, as well as adding and subtracting mixed numbers with similar and dissimilar denominators. The teacher leads the class through examples of each process.

7 Philosophies of education and Field of Philosophy

This document outlines various philosophies of education including essentialism, progressivism, perennialism, existentialism, behaviorism, linguistic philosophy, and constructivism. It discusses the key beliefs of each philosophy in terms of why we teach, what we teach, and how we teach. The document also introduces the four pillars of learning: learning to know, learning to do, learning to live together, and learning to be. Finally, it provides an overview of four branches of philosophy related to teaching: axiology, epistemology, logic, and metaphysics.

Literacy and numeracy

A contemporary understanding of literacy and numeracy, along with its use in teaching, and more specifically here, teaxching a second language like French, and finally a raise of awareness for the youth about hos paramount these literate and numerate skills would help them all their life.

Math-Club-Action-Plan-Pamat.docx

The Mathematics Club of La Suerte Integrated School has prepared an action plan for the 2022-2023 school year with the following objectives:
1. Elect new officers for the Mathematics Club and provide them an orientation on their duties and responsibilities.
2. Conduct recreational mathematics activities and tutorials to showcase students' abilities and help low-performing learners.
3. Recognize deserving club officers and members with certificates and submit an accomplishment report at the end of the school year.

MAPEH arts lesson plan for grade 1-2

The document outlines a detailed lesson plan to teach students about the five basic shapes: circle, triangle, rectangle, square, and star. The plan includes objectives to recognize and name the shapes, give examples, and materials like cutouts of each shape. Activities include singing a song to introduce Mr. Shape Head, discussing examples of each shape found in everyday objects, and an activity to identify and color shapes. Students will also complete a homework assignment to draw a house using the five basic shapes.

Maths,teaching,methods

The document discusses various teaching methods for math including cooperative learning, exposition, guided discovery, games, laboratory approach, problem solving, and simulations. It provides details on each method such as how it is implemented, implications for teaching, and limitations. Cooperative learning involves grouping students to discuss and solve problems together, exposition involves clear explanations by the teacher, and guided discovery presents structured situations for students to discover concepts on their own.

Effective questioning and reacting techniques

The document discusses questioning techniques that teachers can use to generate interaction in the classroom. It identifies different types of questions, such as convergent and divergent questions, and skills teachers should develop like varying question types and allowing sufficient wait time. Teachers are advised to know their own questioning style, increase their repertoire of high-level questions, and consider students' abilities when asking questions. The document also provides tips for encouraging students to ask questions, such as praising well-formulated questions, attending to students' questions, and allotting time for open questioning.

Nature V. Nurture

The document discusses gene-environment interactions (GxE) and how they relate to aggression. It provides several examples of studies finding GxE effects on aggression-related behaviors and neurotransmitter functioning. Specifically, it finds that childhood maltreatment leads to aggression in genetically vulnerable individuals, and that early life stress can interact with serotonin-regulating genes to increase depression risk. Accounting for GxE is important as it provides more accurate and predictive models than examining genes or environment alone. Understanding these interactions is crucial for identifying at-risk groups and developing effective interventions.

Nature vs. nurture

This document discusses the nature vs nurture debate regarding the development of traits in humans. It explains that heredity, through the transmission of genes from parents to offspring, plays a key role in determining traits like height and eye color. However, the impact of one's environment through factors like education and living conditions is also influential. Twin studies are often used to help understand the relative impact of nature vs nurture, by comparing identical twins who share all genes to fraternal twins who only share some. Questions remain about the influence of heredity and environment on traits like intelligence, personality and psychological disorders.

Lesson Plan in Mathematics 3

A Semi-detailed lesson plan in mathematics III. I used this lesson plan during the demonstration teaching in hiring for teacher applicants.

Integer lesson plan

This document outlines a lesson plan on integer operations with the following objectives:
1) Define integers and integer operation rules
2) Solve problems involving integer operations
3) Relate integers to real-world applications
The lesson will include motivation games to introduce integers, group activities with flashcards to practice operations, and a discussion of integer definitions and rules. It will conclude by connecting integers to a real-world video example and giving an evaluation of integer operation problems.

Module 6.3 mathematics

Here are the key points about the nature of mathematics according to NCTM:
1. Mathematics is a study of patterns and relationships. Mathematical ideas are interwoven and students must explore recurring ideas/patterns and relationships between them.
2. Mathematics is a way of thinking. Problem solving in mathematics trains logical, analytical, critical and systematic thinking skills needed to confront everyday problems.
3. Mathematics is an art.
4. Mathematics is a language used to efficiently communicate complex processes and thoughts precisely using symbols and specific terms. Students must learn this mathematical register or vocabulary.
So in summary, according to NCTM, mathematics involves exploring patterns and relationships, develops strong thinking skills, has an artistic element, and

Lesson plan (quadrilaterals)

This document contains a detailed lesson plan for a 7th grade mathematics class on quadrilaterals. The lesson plan includes the following:
1) Objectives of defining and identifying different types of quadrilaterals, as well as comparing, drawing, and describing them.
2) A variety of activities to engage students in discovering properties of quadrilaterals, including games, group work, and story problems.
3) An evaluation at the end to assess student understanding of quadrilaterals through drawing, defining, and identifying true/false statements about their properties.
4) An assignment for students to work in groups to create a jingle summarizing what they learned about quadrilaterals

Table of specification in math test

This document is a table of specification for a math exam that will assess students on various algebraic concepts. It outlines the major content areas, time allotted for each section, number of test items, and how items will assess different cognitive levels including remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, and evaluating. The exam will have 50 multiple choice items testing topics such as algebraic expressions, polynomials, linear equations, and problem solving over a total time of 60 minutes.

Multigrade Teaching

Multigrade teaching involves one teacher instructing multiple grade levels simultaneously. Some teachers may teach two grades while others may teach up to seven grades. It occurs where there are more grade levels than teachers. Factors like cultural, socioeconomic, benefits to learning, and community involvement contribute to multigrade teaching. Teachers face challenges like curriculum planning, attitude, isolation, and varying student abilities but can overcome them with support, resources, and community involvement.

The Teaching of Mathematics

The document discusses principles and methods for teaching mathematics. It covers:
1) The spiral progression approach which revisits math basics each grade level with increasing depth and breadth.
2) Principles like balancing standard-based and integrated approaches, using problem-solving, and assessment-driven instruction.
3) Bruner's three-tiered learning theory of enactive, iconic, and symbolic representation.
4) Teaching methods like problem-solving, concept attainment strategies, concept formation strategies, direct instruction, and experiential/constructivist approaches.

Lesson guide gr. 3 chapter i -multiplication v1.0

The document provides a lesson guide for teaching elementary school students about changing the order or regrouping in multiplication. It contains several learning objectives, content, experiences and activities to help students understand that changing the order of factors in a multiplication problem does not change the product. The activities include climbing a ladder game, grouping counters in different ways, examining rectangular arrangements, writing multiplication sentences for word problems, and evaluating understanding through completion and grouping exercises. The overall goal is for students to show that regrouping factors makes computation easier and does not affect the product.

Problem posing

Here are some possible mathematical problems that could be posed from the given situation:
1) The master worker can paint 1 square meter of the billboard per hour. The apprentice can paint 0.5 square meters per hour. If they work for 8 hours, how many square meters of the billboard can they paint?
2) The billboard measures 20 square meters. If the master worker and apprentice work together for x hours, write an equation to represent the relationship between the number of hours worked (x) and the area painted (y).
3) The billboard measures 20 square meters. The master worker and apprentice work together for 8 hours. How much of the billboard do they paint?

Approaches in teaching and learning mathematics

The document discusses several approaches to teaching and learning mathematics:
1. Cooperative learning involves students working together in groups, under teacher supervision, to solve problems and complete projects while the teacher evaluates learning outcomes.
2. Contextual learning relates new knowledge to students' life experiences and environments to make learning more meaningful.
3. Mastery learning breaks the curriculum into small units to ensure students master one unit before moving to the next, with remedial activities as needed.
4. Constructivism and self-access learning encourage students to build knowledge based on their own exploration and prior experiences with teacher guidance.
5. Future studies prepares students to be independent thinkers by understanding future issues and acquiring lifelong learning skills.

Lesson Plan in Algebra

The document provides a detailed lesson plan for a mathematics class on evaluating algebraic expressions. It includes objectives, subject matter, instructional procedures, evaluation, and assignment. The lesson involves identifying steps to evaluate expressions, applying those steps through group activities, and showing appreciation for group work. Students work in groups to evaluate expressions when given values for variables. They are evaluated on accuracy, timeliness, and cooperation. For an assignment, students evaluate expressions when given different values for two variables.

Lesson plan in elementary mathematics five

1. The lesson plan aims to teach students how to find the prime factors of numbers.
2. Students will practice finding prime factors using factor trees, continuous division by primes, and listing the prime factors.
3. The lesson concludes with students practicing finding the prime factors of various numbers independently using any method taught.

D.o. 36, s. 2016 ppt

This document outlines policy guidelines for awards and recognition programs for students in the K-12 Basic Education Program. It discusses the rationale for having such programs, which is to create a positive learning environment, improve student morale, and motivate high performance. It then describes the different types of classroom and grade-level awards that should be given, such as performance awards, conduct awards, academic excellence awards, and leadership awards. It also provides details on how awardees are determined by an Awards Committee and how protests should be handled. The overall purpose is to acknowledge and promote student excellence in various areas of achievement.

A detailed lesson plan

The document provides a detailed lesson plan for a grade 4 mathematics class on adding and subtracting fractions. The lesson plan outlines objectives, subject matter, procedures used, and examples worked through step-by-step with the class. The key topics covered are: adding and subtracting fractions with similar and dissimilar denominators, as well as adding and subtracting mixed numbers with similar and dissimilar denominators. The teacher leads the class through examples of each process.

7 Philosophies of education and Field of Philosophy

This document outlines various philosophies of education including essentialism, progressivism, perennialism, existentialism, behaviorism, linguistic philosophy, and constructivism. It discusses the key beliefs of each philosophy in terms of why we teach, what we teach, and how we teach. The document also introduces the four pillars of learning: learning to know, learning to do, learning to live together, and learning to be. Finally, it provides an overview of four branches of philosophy related to teaching: axiology, epistemology, logic, and metaphysics.

Literacy and numeracy

A contemporary understanding of literacy and numeracy, along with its use in teaching, and more specifically here, teaxching a second language like French, and finally a raise of awareness for the youth about hos paramount these literate and numerate skills would help them all their life.

Math-Club-Action-Plan-Pamat.docx

The Mathematics Club of La Suerte Integrated School has prepared an action plan for the 2022-2023 school year with the following objectives:
1. Elect new officers for the Mathematics Club and provide them an orientation on their duties and responsibilities.
2. Conduct recreational mathematics activities and tutorials to showcase students' abilities and help low-performing learners.
3. Recognize deserving club officers and members with certificates and submit an accomplishment report at the end of the school year.

MAPEH arts lesson plan for grade 1-2

The document outlines a detailed lesson plan to teach students about the five basic shapes: circle, triangle, rectangle, square, and star. The plan includes objectives to recognize and name the shapes, give examples, and materials like cutouts of each shape. Activities include singing a song to introduce Mr. Shape Head, discussing examples of each shape found in everyday objects, and an activity to identify and color shapes. Students will also complete a homework assignment to draw a house using the five basic shapes.

Maths,teaching,methods

The document discusses various teaching methods for math including cooperative learning, exposition, guided discovery, games, laboratory approach, problem solving, and simulations. It provides details on each method such as how it is implemented, implications for teaching, and limitations. Cooperative learning involves grouping students to discuss and solve problems together, exposition involves clear explanations by the teacher, and guided discovery presents structured situations for students to discover concepts on their own.

Effective questioning and reacting techniques

The document discusses questioning techniques that teachers can use to generate interaction in the classroom. It identifies different types of questions, such as convergent and divergent questions, and skills teachers should develop like varying question types and allowing sufficient wait time. Teachers are advised to know their own questioning style, increase their repertoire of high-level questions, and consider students' abilities when asking questions. The document also provides tips for encouraging students to ask questions, such as praising well-formulated questions, attending to students' questions, and allotting time for open questioning.

Lesson Plan in Mathematics 3

Lesson Plan in Mathematics 3

Integer lesson plan

Integer lesson plan

Module 6.3 mathematics

Module 6.3 mathematics

Lesson plan (quadrilaterals)

Lesson plan (quadrilaterals)

Table of specification in math test

Table of specification in math test

Multigrade Teaching

Multigrade Teaching

The Teaching of Mathematics

The Teaching of Mathematics

Lesson guide gr. 3 chapter i -multiplication v1.0

Lesson guide gr. 3 chapter i -multiplication v1.0

Problem posing

Problem posing

Approaches in teaching and learning mathematics

Approaches in teaching and learning mathematics

Lesson Plan in Algebra

Lesson Plan in Algebra

Lesson plan in elementary mathematics five

Lesson plan in elementary mathematics five

D.o. 36, s. 2016 ppt

D.o. 36, s. 2016 ppt

A detailed lesson plan

A detailed lesson plan

7 Philosophies of education and Field of Philosophy

7 Philosophies of education and Field of Philosophy

Literacy and numeracy

Literacy and numeracy

Math-Club-Action-Plan-Pamat.docx

Math-Club-Action-Plan-Pamat.docx

MAPEH arts lesson plan for grade 1-2

MAPEH arts lesson plan for grade 1-2

Maths,teaching,methods

Maths,teaching,methods

Effective questioning and reacting techniques

Effective questioning and reacting techniques

Nature V. Nurture

The document discusses gene-environment interactions (GxE) and how they relate to aggression. It provides several examples of studies finding GxE effects on aggression-related behaviors and neurotransmitter functioning. Specifically, it finds that childhood maltreatment leads to aggression in genetically vulnerable individuals, and that early life stress can interact with serotonin-regulating genes to increase depression risk. Accounting for GxE is important as it provides more accurate and predictive models than examining genes or environment alone. Understanding these interactions is crucial for identifying at-risk groups and developing effective interventions.

Nature vs. nurture

This document discusses the nature vs nurture debate regarding the development of traits in humans. It explains that heredity, through the transmission of genes from parents to offspring, plays a key role in determining traits like height and eye color. However, the impact of one's environment through factors like education and living conditions is also influential. Twin studies are often used to help understand the relative impact of nature vs nurture, by comparing identical twins who share all genes to fraternal twins who only share some. Questions remain about the influence of heredity and environment on traits like intelligence, personality and psychological disorders.

nature VS nurture

This document discusses theories of language acquisition in children. It explores the debate between innate vs learned language abilities. There are two main schools of thought - nativists propose language learning is innate while empiricists believe it is entirely learned through environment and experience. The document also examines theories such as behaviorism, constructivism, and information processing models of how children develop language skills over time through listening, practicing, and constructing their own understanding of language rules.

Pedagogy of Mathematics-Mathematics Curriculum

This document discusses the principles of curriculum development in mathematics. It defines curriculum as a plan directing content and delivery of a mathematics learning program, including goals, content domains, learning philosophies, and standards. It discusses two key stages in curriculum construction: selection of content based on principles like aims of education, utility, flexibility; and organization of content through logical and topical arrangements from easy to difficult. The document emphasizes that curriculum frameworks should provide structure to content domains and cognitive processes, and establish a pedagogical approach that reflects how students learn for deep understanding.

Nature, characteristics and definition of maths

This document discusses various views of mathematics, including student, parent, and teacher views. It also covers the nature, characteristics, development, and applications of mathematics. Some key points include:
- Mathematics involves finding and studying patterns, and can be seen as a language, way of thinking, and problem solving approach.
- It has developed over time from ancient subjects like geometry to a more modern field incorporating diverse areas.
- Major subfields include algebra, analysis, applied math, with connections to many other domains. Real-world applications span fields like imaging, cryptography, simulation, and bioinformatics.

Nature vs nurture Debate

APHI 111 - The Nature vs Nurture Slides shown in class - as part of the overall theme of "Images of Man"

Chapter 3 (nature and nurture)

This document outlines chapters from a psychology textbook on nature, nurture, and human diversity. It discusses topics like behavior genetics and twin studies, evolutionary psychology, parental and peer influences, cultural influences, gender development, and reflections on the interplay between nature and nurture in shaping human traits and behaviors. Key points covered include how genes and environment both contribute to individual differences; how natural selection may have influenced certain human traits; and how culture, parenting, and peers impact development and diversity across and within groups.

Methods of teaching Mathematics

This document discusses teaching mathematics using the model method. It begins by explaining the origins of the model method in Singapore, where it was developed in the 1980s to help students with word problems. The model method uses bars or boxes to represent quantities in word problems visually. It then provides examples of how the model method can be used to solve problems involving part-whole, comparison, and change concepts. Several lessons are outlined that teach students how to apply the model method by drawing diagrams and solving sample problems step-by-step.

Fs 3 episode4 sarah jane cabilino

This document describes Sarah Jane Cabilino's field study experience creating teaching materials for a lesson on telling time. It provides instructions for her tasks, criteria for evaluation, and sections for her to analyze and reflect on her work. She surveyed available materials, created visual aids and a PowerPoint presentation, and organized her work into a portfolio. She encountered some difficulties deciding on design elements but overcame them through group cooperation. Her tips for teachers include considering topics, learners, availability, and developing resourcefulness when preparing materials.

Field Study 3 Episode 4

This document provides information about Learning Episode 4 which focuses on using the TPACK framework to choose appropriate teaching resources for a particular unit. It discusses the intended learning outcomes of applying technological, pedagogical, and content knowledge. The document then explains the TPACK framework and its three main components: technological knowledge, pedagogical knowledge, and content knowledge. It also provides details about the student's plan to complete tasks for the episode, including choosing a topic, finding relevant resources, and developing additional teaching aids. The student reflects on applying their various knowledge areas and how to further enhance their TPACK skills in the future.

Nature nurture powerpoint

This document discusses the nature vs nurture debate regarding the origins of human behavior. It aims to understand the debate, describe studies supporting each side, identify relevant approaches, and evaluate the debate. The key points covered include: behavior being determined by genetics (nature) or environment (nurture); studies supporting nature like twin and adoption studies; studies supporting nurture like Little Albert and the Stanford Prison Experiment; and that behavior is often best explained by an interaction between the two.

Nature V. Nurture

Nature V. Nurture

Nature vs. nurture

Nature vs. nurture

nature VS nurture

nature VS nurture

Pedagogy of Mathematics-Mathematics Curriculum

Pedagogy of Mathematics-Mathematics Curriculum

Nature, characteristics and definition of maths

Nature, characteristics and definition of maths

Nature vs nurture Debate

Nature vs nurture Debate

Chapter 3 (nature and nurture)

Chapter 3 (nature and nurture)

Methods of teaching Mathematics

Methods of teaching Mathematics

Fs 3 episode4 sarah jane cabilino

Fs 3 episode4 sarah jane cabilino

Field Study 3 Episode 4

Field Study 3 Episode 4

Nature nurture powerpoint

Nature nurture powerpoint

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Improved instructional practices

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The document discusses various instructional strategies including direct instruction, independent study, interactive instruction, and indirect instruction. It provides details on specific strategies like concept attainment, brainstorming, cooperative learning groups, problem solving and inquiry-based learning. The purpose of the document appears to be outlining effective teaching methods and how to implement strategies like concept formation in the classroom.

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This document discusses 15 different teaching approaches: 1) Didactic Approach 2) Discovery Approach 3) Conceptual Approach 4) Inquiry Approach 5) Process Approach 6) Unified or Integrative Approach 7) Constructivist Teaching Approach 8) Cooperative Learning Approach 9) Multiple Intelligence Approach 10) Modular Approach 11) Experiential Learning Approach 12) Value Clarification Approach 13) Inquiry or Investigative Approach 14) Eclectic Approach 15) Contract Learning Approach. Each approach is summarized with its key principles, beliefs, or ideas about the nature of learning and how it is applied in the classroom.

Methods of teaching

VARIOUS METHODS ARE USED IN TEACHING LECTURE METHOD,LECTURE CUM DEMONSTRATION ,HEURISTIC ,PROJECT, ETC.
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The document discusses various teaching methods including demonstration method, problem solving method, laboratory method, and heuristic method.
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Designs of Curriculum

Subject-centered design • Learner-centered design • Teacher- centered design • Activity based curriculum • Core Curriculum
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A buzz session is a classroom technique where students are divided into small groups to discuss an issue or task. Each group works simultaneously in the same room, creating a "buzzing" noise. To conduct a buzz session, the teacher divides students into groups in advance or on the spot, specifies each group's task, and allows 20 minutes or less for discussion. Groups then present the results of their discussion. Brainstorming is a related technique where ideas are spontaneously generated and discussed to solve a problem. It can be done individually or in groups, following rules to encourage wild ideas and avoid criticism.

INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING

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This document discusses several learning principles and theories that can be applied to teaching, including experiential learning, reflective learning, constructivism, and cooperative learning. Experiential learning involves learning from direct experiences, reflective learning focuses on reflective thinking to facilitate deeper learning from experiences, constructivism argues that learners construct new knowledge based on their own experiences and ideas, and cooperative learning involves students working in small groups on common tasks to help each other learn. The document provides details on the key aspects and classroom applications of each approach.

Different Teaching Approaches and Methods

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Techniques to develop concepts rather than memorization in mathematics within...

Techniques to develop concepts rather than memorization in mathematics within...

Different methods and approaches

Different methods and approaches

Improved instructional practices

Improved instructional practices

Teaching is planned activity and assumptions of teaching

Teaching is planned activity and assumptions of teaching

Learning approach & learning models

Learning approach & learning models

The Teaching Learning Process: Intro, Phases, Definitions, Theories and Model...

The Teaching Learning Process: Intro, Phases, Definitions, Theories and Model...

Teaching Approaches and Methods

Teaching Approaches and Methods

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Concept formation

Concept formation

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Methods of teaching

Methods of teaching

Teaching methods

Teaching methods

Inquiry based eman's presentation

Inquiry based eman's presentation

Designs of Curriculum

Designs of Curriculum

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507948378-Group-II-Approaches.pdf

INTRODUCTION TO TEACHER EDUCATION/ INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES

INTRODUCTION TO TEACHER EDUCATION/ INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES

INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING

INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING

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Elegant Digital Marketing Agency Presentation.pptx

Different Teaching Approaches and Methods

Different Teaching Approaches and Methods

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core of India. Mirzapur, with its varied terrains and abundant biodiversity, offers an optimal
environment for investigating the changes in vegetation cover dynamics. Our study utilizes
advanced technologies such as GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and Remote sensing to
analyze the transformations that have taken place over the course of a decade.
The complex relationship between human activities and the environment has been the focus
of extensive research and worry. As the global community grapples with swift urbanization,
population expansion, and economic progress, the effects on natural ecosystems are becoming
more evident. A crucial element of this impact is the alteration of vegetation cover, which plays a
significant role in maintaining the ecological equilibrium of our planet.Land serves as the foundation for all human activities and provides the necessary materials for
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'Land uses,' which are determined by both human activities and the physical characteristics of the
land.
The utilization of land is impacted by human needs and environmental factors. In countries
like India, rapid population growth and the emphasis on extensive resource exploitation can lead
to significant land degradation, adversely affecting the region's land cover.
Therefore, human intervention has significantly influenced land use patterns over many
centuries, evolving its structure over time and space. In the present era, these changes have
accelerated due to factors such as agriculture and urbanization. Information regarding land use and
cover is essential for various planning and management tasks related to the Earth's surface,
providing crucial environmental data for scientific, resource management, policy purposes, and
diverse human activities.
Accurate understanding of land use and cover is imperative for the development planning
of any area. Consequently, a wide range of professionals, including earth system scientists, land
and water managers, and urban planners, are interested in obtaining data on land use and cover
changes, conversion trends, and other related patterns. The spatial dimensions of land use and
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help of Advanced technologies like Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems is
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ISO/IEC 27001, ISO/IEC 42001, and GDPR: Best Practices for Implementation and...

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- 2. INQUIRY TEACHING Inquiry Teaching involves providing learners with content-related problems that serve as the foci for class research activities. The teacher provides/presents a problem then the learners identify the problem.
- 3. THE STEPS IN THE PROCESS OF INQUIRY • Present discrepant event or specific problematic situation. • Encourage observation for developing a statement of research objectives • Ask students for observation and explanation • Encourage the testing of the hypothesis • Develop tentative conclusion and generalization • Debrief the process
- 4. DEMONSTRATION APPROACH Demonstration Approach is a teaching strategy in which the teacher engages “in a learning task other than just talking about it”.
- 6. DISCOVERY APPROACH Discovery Learning is “International Learning” . Both the teacher and the learner play active roles in discovery learning depending upon on the role that the teacher plays, this can range from guided discovery (needs strict supervision) to free or pure discovery (very little supervision needed)
- 7. Steps of lesson planning were adopted as given by Carin and Surd (1981) 1) Statement of the problem. 2) Previous knowledge. 3) Concept to be developed. 4) Specific objectives. 5) Teaching aids. 6) Presentation. 7) Questions of Discussion. 8) Investigative activities of students. 9) Observation table made by the students. 10) Generalization 11) Open questions. 12) Teacher activity.
- 8. MATH-LAB APPROACH The Mathematics Laboratory Approach is a method of teaching whereby children in small groups work through an assignment/task card, learn and discover mathematics for themselves.
- 9. PRACTICAL WORK APPROACH (PWA) The learners in this approach, manipulate concrete objects and/or perform activities to arrive at a conceptual understanding of phenomena, situation, or concept. The environment is a laboratory where the natural events/phenomena can be subjects of mathematical or scientific investigations.
- 10. INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION USING MODULES The application of Individualized Instruction permits the learners to progress by mastering steps through the curriculum at his/her own rate and independently of the progress of other pupils.
- 11. BRAINSTORMING It is a teaching strategy in which the teacher elicits from the learners as many ideas as possible but refrains from evaluating them until all possible ideas have been generated.
- 12. BRAINSTORMING USUALLY OCCURS IN 4 PHASES 1) problem identification, 2) idea generation, 3) idea evaluation, and 4) solution implementation and evaluation.
- 13. PROBLEM-SOLVING Problem-solving can best be defined as a learner-directed strategy in which learners “think patiently and analytically about complex situations in order to find answers to questions”. A problem is defined as a “situation in which you are trying to reach some goal, and must find means for getting there”.
- 14. COOPERATIVE LEARNING Cooperative learning is helpful in eliminating competition among learners. It encourages them to work together towards common goals. It fosters positive intergroup attitudes in the classroom.
- 15. INTEGRATIVE TECHNIQUE The Integrated Curriculum Mode (Integrative teaching to some) is both a “method of teaching and a way of organizing the instructional program so that many subject areas and skills provided in the curriculum can be linked to one another”.