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This document discusses strategies for integrating reading comprehension strategies into math instruction. It describes how comprehension difficulties exist in both reading and math, and how strategies like making connections, visualizing, using number stories, predicting, and inferring can be explicitly taught in math. Specific strategies are defined, like anticipation guides and the KWL chart. Examples are provided for how to use these strategies to improve comprehension in math for students in first grade.

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Math it really should just make sense part 2

This slideshare presentation is the second portion of a two part series. It reviews four comprehension strategies used in math (making connections, visualizing, predicting, and inferring) and then adds asking questions and synthesis. Arthur Hyde's book "Comprehending Math" is the foundation for this presentation.

Photography math problems

This document contains a photography-themed math lesson for kindergarten students. It includes several word problems about animals at a watering hole. The first problem asks how many animals are together if 6 were drinking and 4 more joined. The second values different animals and asks the total worth. The third asks how many are left if some animals leave the watering hole. It provides the learning standards addressed and says the lesson will be assessed during math centers using a checklist and answer sheet.

Connect with Maths ~ Numeracy Skills framework : Nagla Jebeile

The document provides an overview of numeracy skills and a numeracy framework developed by the NSW Department of Education. It defines numeracy, discusses where numeracy appears in syllabuses, and how the numeracy skills framework was developed based on teacher consultations. The framework consists of five focus areas and lists numeracy skills for each stage of schooling to help teachers identify skills and assess student learning.

Math photography power point

The document contains 4 math word problems involving operations of subtraction, addition, multiplication, and division. It also provides hints and answers for each problem. The problems involve counting and combining sets of instruments, splitting instruments between students, and calculating the total number of instruments in groups. The document concludes with 1st grade math standards related to representing, comparing, and operating on numbers up to 100.

What is numeracy-definitions

Numeracy is the ability to use and apply mathematical concepts and skills to solve problems in a variety of contexts. It involves interpreting, applying, and communicating mathematical information to enable full participation in life roles. Numeracy bridges mathematics and the real world by allowing people to make meaning of mathematics and use it as a tool to solve problems in both education and everyday life situations.

Ppt for 4

This document provides an overview of scaffolding instruction for addition and subtraction. It discusses using graphic organizers and manipulatives to build conceptual understanding from concrete to abstract levels. Specific lessons are outlined for pre-kindergarten through second grade that model addition and subtraction using objects, pictures, and number sentences. Representational tools like linking cubes, part-part-whole mats, and base ten blocks are employed to scaffold learning.

Math Presentation

The document provides an agenda for a professional development session on using math manipulatives to help students develop mastery of common core math standards. The session will include exploring tools and strategies to help students understand numbers less than one, as well as sharing high quality teaching resources. Participants will learn about the purpose and benefits of using manipulatives, work with tools to develop conceptual understanding, and broaden their awareness of math resources. The session aims to increase the effective use of manipulatives and support 21st century mathematics teaching and learning.

Mathematics task framework

The document discusses the importance of mathematical tasks in driving student learning. It states that the type of tasks students engage with determines what and how they learn mathematics. High cognitive demand tasks that require justification and explanation promote deeper learning compared to low cognitive demand tasks focused on procedures. The document presents a framework for how tasks set up in curricular materials can change as teachers implement them and students work through them. Maintaining high cognitive demand is important to affect the learning that occurs.

Math it really should just make sense part 2

This slideshare presentation is the second portion of a two part series. It reviews four comprehension strategies used in math (making connections, visualizing, predicting, and inferring) and then adds asking questions and synthesis. Arthur Hyde's book "Comprehending Math" is the foundation for this presentation.

Photography math problems

This document contains a photography-themed math lesson for kindergarten students. It includes several word problems about animals at a watering hole. The first problem asks how many animals are together if 6 were drinking and 4 more joined. The second values different animals and asks the total worth. The third asks how many are left if some animals leave the watering hole. It provides the learning standards addressed and says the lesson will be assessed during math centers using a checklist and answer sheet.

Connect with Maths ~ Numeracy Skills framework : Nagla Jebeile

The document provides an overview of numeracy skills and a numeracy framework developed by the NSW Department of Education. It defines numeracy, discusses where numeracy appears in syllabuses, and how the numeracy skills framework was developed based on teacher consultations. The framework consists of five focus areas and lists numeracy skills for each stage of schooling to help teachers identify skills and assess student learning.

Math photography power point

The document contains 4 math word problems involving operations of subtraction, addition, multiplication, and division. It also provides hints and answers for each problem. The problems involve counting and combining sets of instruments, splitting instruments between students, and calculating the total number of instruments in groups. The document concludes with 1st grade math standards related to representing, comparing, and operating on numbers up to 100.

What is numeracy-definitions

Numeracy is the ability to use and apply mathematical concepts and skills to solve problems in a variety of contexts. It involves interpreting, applying, and communicating mathematical information to enable full participation in life roles. Numeracy bridges mathematics and the real world by allowing people to make meaning of mathematics and use it as a tool to solve problems in both education and everyday life situations.

Ppt for 4

This document provides an overview of scaffolding instruction for addition and subtraction. It discusses using graphic organizers and manipulatives to build conceptual understanding from concrete to abstract levels. Specific lessons are outlined for pre-kindergarten through second grade that model addition and subtraction using objects, pictures, and number sentences. Representational tools like linking cubes, part-part-whole mats, and base ten blocks are employed to scaffold learning.

Math Presentation

The document provides an agenda for a professional development session on using math manipulatives to help students develop mastery of common core math standards. The session will include exploring tools and strategies to help students understand numbers less than one, as well as sharing high quality teaching resources. Participants will learn about the purpose and benefits of using manipulatives, work with tools to develop conceptual understanding, and broaden their awareness of math resources. The session aims to increase the effective use of manipulatives and support 21st century mathematics teaching and learning.

Mathematics task framework

The document discusses the importance of mathematical tasks in driving student learning. It states that the type of tasks students engage with determines what and how they learn mathematics. High cognitive demand tasks that require justification and explanation promote deeper learning compared to low cognitive demand tasks focused on procedures. The document presents a framework for how tasks set up in curricular materials can change as teachers implement them and students work through them. Maintaining high cognitive demand is important to affect the learning that occurs.

Functions across the grades

This document discusses functions across different grade levels and provides an overview of key mathematical concepts. It summarizes different types of functions such as linear, quadratic, absolute value, and logarithmic/trigonometric functions. It also outlines six major mathematical processes: communication, connections, mental mathematics and estimation, problem solving, reasoning, and visualization. The document emphasizes developing positive attitudes towards mathematics and lists eight mathematical practices.

Grade 2 addition and subtraction lesson

1) The document provides guidance on using the backwards approach to lesson planning, which involves first identifying the learning outcomes and then planning assessments, instruction, and the learning environment.
2) It gives an example of a math lesson on addition and subtraction using a hundreds chart, including an entrance slip, game activity, and discussion questions to assess learning.
3) Suggestions are made to address gaps in students' understanding of subtracting 8 by relating it to subtracting 10 and adding the difference.

Add and subtract

This lesson plan teaches kindergarten students about addition and subtraction. It includes definitions of key terms like addends and sum, provides examples of addition and subtraction problems, and introduces a picture strategy for solving problems. Students practice sample problems and take a quiz to evaluate their learning. The goal is for students to understand and be able to perform single-digit addition and subtraction through visual representations and practice.

Presentation Math Workshop#May 25th New Help our teachers understa...

This is presented by a Math teacher,in Army Burn Hall College For Girls ,Abbottabad.
The target group was the teachers of school section. There were certain activities also performed an demonstrated in order to introduce new teaching methodologies and to prepare our teachers to meet the need of the day.
Umber

Presentation For Math Curriculum Night 10.22.09

This document outlines the first grade math curriculum which focuses on developing students' understanding of key math concepts like basic algebra, geometry, problem solving and reasoning. The curriculum covers topics like addition, subtraction, data analysis, measurement, patterns and shapes over 9 units. It aims for students to become proficient in computation and able to apply math concepts. The summary also notes that students will receive homework help materials to work on math skills at home with their families.

Math

The document outlines recommendations for setting up a math activity center. It provides guidance on accommodations, ensuring diversity, appropriate materials, and the teacher's role. Suggested materials include items for counting, measuring, comparing quantities, and manipulatives. The teacher should observe students, give feedback, and allow independence while providing multiple materials for exploration. Milestones are presented for social/emotional development and approaches to learning in ages 3-4 years.

Activities and Strategies to Teach KS Standards

The document provides an agenda and overview for a workshop on teaching math state standards to elementary learners. It includes activities, discussions, and examples to help participants understand concepts like numbers and operations, algebra, geometry, data, and problem solving. Cognitive categories for different levels of math skills are defined. Sample word problems assess addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and multi-step reasoning abilities.

Kazemi pm talk_powerpoint

This document discusses intentional communities for learning together to lead productive mathematical discussions. It begins by acknowledging that children have amazing ways of solving problems and that knowing how to respond to students' ideas and facilitate meaningful discussions can be both invigorating and challenging. It then provides principles for supporting discussion, such as ensuring students know what to share and that their ideas are valued.
It distinguishes between open strategy sharing, where many different ideas and strategies are elicited, and targeted sharing, where the discussion is focused on a particular strategy or mathematical idea. Examples of both types of discussions are provided. Targeted structures like "Why? Let's Justify" are outlined to generate justifications for strategies. The document concludes by discussing learning

Mathematical thinking ~ Kinder network

Mathematical thinking ~ Kinder networkThe Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers (AAMT) Inc.

Connect with Maths Early Years Learning in Mathematics is an online community to support the teaching and learning of mathetmatics Birth to 8 years old. This presentation by Louise Hodgson, a mathematics specialist addresses counting principles in early years learning. Kazemi am talk_powerpoint

The document describes the design of a teacher education program that uses rehearsals to help novice teachers learn ambitious pedagogies. The program pairs a university math methods course with placements in an elementary school, where teachers-in-training plan lessons, rehearse teaching activities, and receive feedback. Rehearsals last 12-15 minutes and allow novices to practice instructional techniques in a supportive environment. The program aims to bridge the gap between learning about teaching and actual classroom practice through structured learning cycles and a focus on core teaching practices.

Philipp pm slides

This document summarizes a presentation about preparing elementary school teachers to understand elementary mathematics. It discusses how elementary mathematics concepts can be complex and how focusing on children's mathematical thinking can help prospective teachers (PSTs) engage more deeply with mathematics. The presentation addresses four principles: 1) How students typically learn mathematics is problematic, 2) Learning concepts is more powerful than procedures, 3) Students' reasoning is varied and complex, and 4) Elementary math is not as elementary as assumed. Research found PSTs who learned about children's thinking improved their math knowledge and developed more sophisticated beliefs than those who did not.

Maths Presentation 2015 Plateau School

This document provides information for a parent evening on numeracy and mathematics teaching. It discusses:
- The goals of developing multiple flexible thinking strategies and encouraging a positive attitude towards math.
- The New Zealand Numeracy Framework which outlines developmental stages from emergent to advanced counting and strategies.
- How mathematics is now taught based on assessing children's individual stages and encouraging self-reflection.
- Ways parents can help build their child's numeracy knowledge at home through counting activities, practicing numbers, and basic addition and multiplication facts.

Franke productive struggle_5pmtalk

The document discusses how teachers can support students in "productive struggle" in mathematics. It notes that students need opportunities to grapple with mathematical concepts rather than being immediately shown solutions. The Common Core Standards also emphasize students constructing and critiquing arguments. The document then provides examples of questions teachers can ask to engage students in explaining their own thinking and engaging with peers' ideas. It discusses research showing a correlation between higher levels of student explanation and engagement with peers' ideas and improved achievement. Finally, it outlines specific teacher practices that can facilitate students elaborating on their thinking and comparing strategies.

Early childhood mathematics and development

Humans are born with basic mathematical abilities that allow them to use simple math concepts even without a written language. Early childhood math education aims to build on these innate skills by introducing mathematical vocabulary and concepts through familiar materials and integrating math into other subjects like art, science, music, and nature. Key early math skills taught in preschool include number identification, counting, one-to-one correspondence, sorting, patterning, and classification.

Westmere maths parent evening

This document provides information about how mathematics is taught in New Zealand schools. It discusses the New Zealand Numeracy Framework, which outlines developmental stages in numeracy from emergent to advanced proportional counting. Example word problems are provided for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, along with students' strategies for solving them. The document emphasizes building students' mathematical knowledge and selecting efficient strategies. It suggests activities parents can do at home to help children develop number sense and basic facts.

Parent math session 2 and 3

The document discusses the changing nature of mathematics education from the past to the present. It notes that students now need to be resilient, resourceful, creative, and innovative to solve the complex problems of the future. It contrasts how math was taught in the past, with an emphasis on individual work, memorization, and fear of mistakes, to how it is now taught, focusing on collaboration, celebrating mistakes as learning opportunities, and relating math to real world examples.

Development of mathematical Skills in Early Years

This is the Slide presentation for the Students who follow the course Development of Mathematical Skills for the Programme Certificate in Pre School Education at the Open University of Sri Lanka

Teaching Mathematics to Young Children

In this slide you will know what approach and how will you deliver the lessons in Mathematics to young children.

Intro to Personalized Learning

The following SlideShare is an introduction to personalized learning. It helps teachers make a connection to the management techniques, as described in "The CAFE" by Boushey and Moser, for guiding students in selecting and tracking progress towards goals. Elements from "Visible Learning" by John Hattie are included.

Blending lessons effectively

The following SlideShare is an introduction for those teachers that are interested in trying out blended learning in their classrooms. Whether you are an elementary teacher or a middle school teacher, you will find tech tools that will help you create engaging lessons for your students. Most importantly, however, you will learn how to effectively flip a lessons that will ensure that your students will engage in deep thinking and experience academic success. Be confident in knowing that you are doing is going to work! ("Visible Learning" by John Hattie is a major source for this presentation)

Laquitha's actively engaged presentation

Actively Engage Students in Reading
Link to PB Workspace below:
http://deancurriculumandinstruction.pbworks.com/w/page/38326122/Research-Presentation.

What You Talking About WILIS

This document provides strategies for integrating literacy into social studies classes. It begins by outlining three learning targets: describing a summarizing strategy, utilizing appropriate reading strategies, and infusing technology.
Several pre-reading strategies are then described, including the Probable Passage strategy where students make predictions about a text based on keywords. Other summarizing strategies are explained such as Somebody-Wanted-But-So, 3-2-1, pyramid summaries, cloze activities, and one sentence summaries. Additional activities like RAFTs, novel studies, and literature circles are also outlined.

Functions across the grades

This document discusses functions across different grade levels and provides an overview of key mathematical concepts. It summarizes different types of functions such as linear, quadratic, absolute value, and logarithmic/trigonometric functions. It also outlines six major mathematical processes: communication, connections, mental mathematics and estimation, problem solving, reasoning, and visualization. The document emphasizes developing positive attitudes towards mathematics and lists eight mathematical practices.

Grade 2 addition and subtraction lesson

1) The document provides guidance on using the backwards approach to lesson planning, which involves first identifying the learning outcomes and then planning assessments, instruction, and the learning environment.
2) It gives an example of a math lesson on addition and subtraction using a hundreds chart, including an entrance slip, game activity, and discussion questions to assess learning.
3) Suggestions are made to address gaps in students' understanding of subtracting 8 by relating it to subtracting 10 and adding the difference.

Add and subtract

This lesson plan teaches kindergarten students about addition and subtraction. It includes definitions of key terms like addends and sum, provides examples of addition and subtraction problems, and introduces a picture strategy for solving problems. Students practice sample problems and take a quiz to evaluate their learning. The goal is for students to understand and be able to perform single-digit addition and subtraction through visual representations and practice.

Presentation Math Workshop#May 25th New Help our teachers understa...

This is presented by a Math teacher,in Army Burn Hall College For Girls ,Abbottabad.
The target group was the teachers of school section. There were certain activities also performed an demonstrated in order to introduce new teaching methodologies and to prepare our teachers to meet the need of the day.
Umber

Presentation For Math Curriculum Night 10.22.09

This document outlines the first grade math curriculum which focuses on developing students' understanding of key math concepts like basic algebra, geometry, problem solving and reasoning. The curriculum covers topics like addition, subtraction, data analysis, measurement, patterns and shapes over 9 units. It aims for students to become proficient in computation and able to apply math concepts. The summary also notes that students will receive homework help materials to work on math skills at home with their families.

Math

The document outlines recommendations for setting up a math activity center. It provides guidance on accommodations, ensuring diversity, appropriate materials, and the teacher's role. Suggested materials include items for counting, measuring, comparing quantities, and manipulatives. The teacher should observe students, give feedback, and allow independence while providing multiple materials for exploration. Milestones are presented for social/emotional development and approaches to learning in ages 3-4 years.

Activities and Strategies to Teach KS Standards

The document provides an agenda and overview for a workshop on teaching math state standards to elementary learners. It includes activities, discussions, and examples to help participants understand concepts like numbers and operations, algebra, geometry, data, and problem solving. Cognitive categories for different levels of math skills are defined. Sample word problems assess addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and multi-step reasoning abilities.

Kazemi pm talk_powerpoint

This document discusses intentional communities for learning together to lead productive mathematical discussions. It begins by acknowledging that children have amazing ways of solving problems and that knowing how to respond to students' ideas and facilitate meaningful discussions can be both invigorating and challenging. It then provides principles for supporting discussion, such as ensuring students know what to share and that their ideas are valued.
It distinguishes between open strategy sharing, where many different ideas and strategies are elicited, and targeted sharing, where the discussion is focused on a particular strategy or mathematical idea. Examples of both types of discussions are provided. Targeted structures like "Why? Let's Justify" are outlined to generate justifications for strategies. The document concludes by discussing learning

Mathematical thinking ~ Kinder network

Mathematical thinking ~ Kinder networkThe Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers (AAMT) Inc.

Connect with Maths Early Years Learning in Mathematics is an online community to support the teaching and learning of mathetmatics Birth to 8 years old. This presentation by Louise Hodgson, a mathematics specialist addresses counting principles in early years learning. Kazemi am talk_powerpoint

The document describes the design of a teacher education program that uses rehearsals to help novice teachers learn ambitious pedagogies. The program pairs a university math methods course with placements in an elementary school, where teachers-in-training plan lessons, rehearse teaching activities, and receive feedback. Rehearsals last 12-15 minutes and allow novices to practice instructional techniques in a supportive environment. The program aims to bridge the gap between learning about teaching and actual classroom practice through structured learning cycles and a focus on core teaching practices.

Philipp pm slides

This document summarizes a presentation about preparing elementary school teachers to understand elementary mathematics. It discusses how elementary mathematics concepts can be complex and how focusing on children's mathematical thinking can help prospective teachers (PSTs) engage more deeply with mathematics. The presentation addresses four principles: 1) How students typically learn mathematics is problematic, 2) Learning concepts is more powerful than procedures, 3) Students' reasoning is varied and complex, and 4) Elementary math is not as elementary as assumed. Research found PSTs who learned about children's thinking improved their math knowledge and developed more sophisticated beliefs than those who did not.

Maths Presentation 2015 Plateau School

This document provides information for a parent evening on numeracy and mathematics teaching. It discusses:
- The goals of developing multiple flexible thinking strategies and encouraging a positive attitude towards math.
- The New Zealand Numeracy Framework which outlines developmental stages from emergent to advanced counting and strategies.
- How mathematics is now taught based on assessing children's individual stages and encouraging self-reflection.
- Ways parents can help build their child's numeracy knowledge at home through counting activities, practicing numbers, and basic addition and multiplication facts.

Franke productive struggle_5pmtalk

The document discusses how teachers can support students in "productive struggle" in mathematics. It notes that students need opportunities to grapple with mathematical concepts rather than being immediately shown solutions. The Common Core Standards also emphasize students constructing and critiquing arguments. The document then provides examples of questions teachers can ask to engage students in explaining their own thinking and engaging with peers' ideas. It discusses research showing a correlation between higher levels of student explanation and engagement with peers' ideas and improved achievement. Finally, it outlines specific teacher practices that can facilitate students elaborating on their thinking and comparing strategies.

Early childhood mathematics and development

Humans are born with basic mathematical abilities that allow them to use simple math concepts even without a written language. Early childhood math education aims to build on these innate skills by introducing mathematical vocabulary and concepts through familiar materials and integrating math into other subjects like art, science, music, and nature. Key early math skills taught in preschool include number identification, counting, one-to-one correspondence, sorting, patterning, and classification.

Westmere maths parent evening

This document provides information about how mathematics is taught in New Zealand schools. It discusses the New Zealand Numeracy Framework, which outlines developmental stages in numeracy from emergent to advanced proportional counting. Example word problems are provided for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, along with students' strategies for solving them. The document emphasizes building students' mathematical knowledge and selecting efficient strategies. It suggests activities parents can do at home to help children develop number sense and basic facts.

Parent math session 2 and 3

The document discusses the changing nature of mathematics education from the past to the present. It notes that students now need to be resilient, resourceful, creative, and innovative to solve the complex problems of the future. It contrasts how math was taught in the past, with an emphasis on individual work, memorization, and fear of mistakes, to how it is now taught, focusing on collaboration, celebrating mistakes as learning opportunities, and relating math to real world examples.

Development of mathematical Skills in Early Years

This is the Slide presentation for the Students who follow the course Development of Mathematical Skills for the Programme Certificate in Pre School Education at the Open University of Sri Lanka

Teaching Mathematics to Young Children

In this slide you will know what approach and how will you deliver the lessons in Mathematics to young children.

Functions across the grades

Functions across the grades

Grade 2 addition and subtraction lesson

Grade 2 addition and subtraction lesson

Add and subtract

Add and subtract

Presentation Math Workshop#May 25th New Help our teachers understa...

Presentation Math Workshop#May 25th New Help our teachers understa...

Presentation For Math Curriculum Night 10.22.09

Presentation For Math Curriculum Night 10.22.09

Math

Math

Activities and Strategies to Teach KS Standards

Activities and Strategies to Teach KS Standards

Kazemi pm talk_powerpoint

Kazemi pm talk_powerpoint

Mathematical thinking ~ Kinder network

Mathematical thinking ~ Kinder network

Kazemi am talk_powerpoint

Kazemi am talk_powerpoint

Philipp pm slides

Philipp pm slides

Maths Presentation 2015 Plateau School

Maths Presentation 2015 Plateau School

Franke productive struggle_5pmtalk

Franke productive struggle_5pmtalk

Early childhood mathematics and development

Early childhood mathematics and development

Westmere maths parent evening

Westmere maths parent evening

Parent math session 2 and 3

Parent math session 2 and 3

Development of mathematical Skills in Early Years

Development of mathematical Skills in Early Years

Teaching Mathematics to Young Children

Teaching Mathematics to Young Children

Intro to Personalized Learning

The following SlideShare is an introduction to personalized learning. It helps teachers make a connection to the management techniques, as described in "The CAFE" by Boushey and Moser, for guiding students in selecting and tracking progress towards goals. Elements from "Visible Learning" by John Hattie are included.

Blending lessons effectively

The following SlideShare is an introduction for those teachers that are interested in trying out blended learning in their classrooms. Whether you are an elementary teacher or a middle school teacher, you will find tech tools that will help you create engaging lessons for your students. Most importantly, however, you will learn how to effectively flip a lessons that will ensure that your students will engage in deep thinking and experience academic success. Be confident in knowing that you are doing is going to work! ("Visible Learning" by John Hattie is a major source for this presentation)

Laquitha's actively engaged presentation

Actively Engage Students in Reading
Link to PB Workspace below:
http://deancurriculumandinstruction.pbworks.com/w/page/38326122/Research-Presentation.

What You Talking About WILIS

This document provides strategies for integrating literacy into social studies classes. It begins by outlining three learning targets: describing a summarizing strategy, utilizing appropriate reading strategies, and infusing technology.
Several pre-reading strategies are then described, including the Probable Passage strategy where students make predictions about a text based on keywords. Other summarizing strategies are explained such as Somebody-Wanted-But-So, 3-2-1, pyramid summaries, cloze activities, and one sentence summaries. Additional activities like RAFTs, novel studies, and literature circles are also outlined.

K-2 Math Games for Parents

This document provides a list of board games, apps, and internet games to support math learning at home for K-2 students. It is organized into three sections: board games for numbers/counting, computation, and strategy/reasoning; math apps for the same categories; and internet game websites focusing on math. The games aim to make math engaging for families to play together outside of school.

Math fun!

I created this workshop to help Early Childhood teachers develop a more positive aspect towards teaching math to young children.

Math night for parents

The Hempfield Area School District held a Parent Math Night to discuss its new K-12 math curriculum. A Math Curriculum Committee selected the Math Expressions program after a year-long review of best practices and programs. The committee evaluated six programs and selected Math Expressions. Two teachers per grade level are piloting the program this semester. Math Expressions uses real-world examples, drawings, and student explanations to help students build conceptual understanding of mathematical ideas. It incorporates strategies like daily quick practice, teaching multiple algorithms, and having students take on leadership roles. The event provided an overview of the Math Expressions approach and resources for parents to support their children's learning.

C.A.R.S (Content Area Reading Strategies) Are For Everyone

C.A.R.S (Content Area Reading Strategies) Are For EveryoneNorth Carolina Association for Middle Level Education

214.
In this session participants will spend time exploring ways to promote literacy across all content
areas. A variety of strategies and lesson ideas will be shared that meet the literacy demands of
the common core standards. Participants will leave with practical ideas to use the next day in
their classroom.
Presenter(s): Amy Keith32 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.

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.

Parent Involvement Presentation

Increased parent involvement leads to higher student achievement. Research shows that the amount of time parents spend reading with their children before kindergarten makes a significant impact, with children from low-income families being read to on average 25 hours compared to 1,700 hours for middle-income families. Schools and parents need to work together, with schools focusing on teaching core subjects and parents focusing on developing character. Providing learning resources at home, turning daily activities into learning opportunities, and making parents feel welcome at school are important for increasing parent involvement.

It All Adds Up! Engaging Math Strategies, Web Tools, and Apps

My books- Learning to Go https://gumroad.com/l/learn2go & The 30 Goals Challenge for Teachers http://amazon.com/The-Goals-Challenge-Teachers-Transform/dp/0415735343
Resources at http://shellyterrell.com/math

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.

Intro to Personalized Learning

Intro to Personalized Learning

Blending lessons effectively

Blending lessons effectively

Laquitha's actively engaged presentation

Laquitha's actively engaged presentation

What You Talking About WILIS

What You Talking About WILIS

K-2 Math Games for Parents

K-2 Math Games for Parents

Math fun!

Math fun!

Math night for parents

Math night for parents

C.A.R.S (Content Area Reading Strategies) Are For Everyone

C.A.R.S (Content Area Reading Strategies) Are For Everyone

32 teaching strategies in math

32 teaching strategies in math

Approaches in teaching and learning mathematics

Approaches in teaching and learning mathematics

Parent Involvement Presentation

Parent Involvement Presentation

It All Adds Up! Engaging Math Strategies, Web Tools, and Apps

It All Adds Up! Engaging Math Strategies, Web Tools, and Apps

Techniques and Strategies in Teaching Math

Techniques and Strategies in Teaching Math

End the Didactic Contract - KYMATYC Ignite Event

Students want help; they feel they can't learn on their own or don't see a need to. Teachers want to help. But helping too much removes the cognitive demand.

End the Didactic Contract - KYMATYC Ignite Event

Students want help; they feel they can't learn themselves or they don't want to. Teachers want to help. But helping too much removes the cognitive demand.

CMC3S Spring 2013 Dave Sobecki Critical Thinking

Dave Sobecki, Miami Univ, OH, presentation on "Critical Thinking: Does It Mean What You Think" at 28th Annual Conf of CA Mathematics Council of Community Colleges South on Feb 22-23, 2013

DLL_MATHEMATICS 5_Q2_W9.docx

This document contains a daily lesson log for a 5th grade mathematics class. The objectives are for students to understand ratios, equivalent ratios, and the four fundamental operations involving ratios and proportions. On the days logged, the teacher planned to review identifying equivalent ratios, expressing ratios in simplest forms, and defining and describing proportions. Examples and activities were provided to practice these skills, including word problems, games, and group work. The goal was for students to apply ratio concepts to mathematical problems and real-world situations.

CTD Sp14 Weekly Workshop: Writing Good Peer Instruction ("Clicker") Questions

This document provides guidance on writing effective peer instruction questions for use with classroom response systems. It discusses the key components of a good clicker question, including clarity, context, assessing learning goals, distractors that reveal student thinking, appropriate difficulty, and stimulating discussion. The document also outlines the typical process of a peer instruction episode and emphasizes the importance of identifying concepts, creating deeper thinking questions, and facilitating discussion to clarify misunderstandings.

4 A's lesson plan.docx

This is a lesson plan in Mathematics using 4 A's method.. it consist of analysis, abstraction, application and evaluation. It is good for students, that are studying math courses in line with education. This lesson plan could help them, specially those students whom slow learners because this lesson plan is in detailed format.

6 choose 3

1) The document presents 7 problems for students to solve involving topics like combinations, permutations, sums, and geometry.
2) It provides context that the problems are meant to be worked on together and solutions will be discussed as a group.
3) The document also provides background on the Bard Math Circle program which presents math activities and projects for elementary and middle school students and has attracted interest from local teachers.

Baobab Education_Overview

Baobab Education publishes interactive eBooks to encourage learning through problem-solving. Their Mathventure series uses real-life activities to help students in grades 3-4 develop math skills. The eBooks include animation, drawing, activities and videos without internet. They have published over 40 textbooks and received awards for their interactive content. The documents describe sample problems from the eBooks involving shapes, angles, fractions and creative thinking.

Rethinking math at euroamerican college

We based our presentation thanks to Kathryn Rymarz and Michael Champion from Newton College and applied it to our school. This project is giving us great results in the Math education development at our school.

If You Can Dodge A Wrench

Presentation about using projects to teach math standards to special education students in elementary school.

COT4 Lesson Plan Grade 8

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Effectively Differentiating Mathematics Instruction to Help Struggling Students

Donna Knoell will offer ideas for blended learning strategies to help students understand mathematical concepts, increase achievement, and enhance confidence. Learn how to incorporate vocabulary, problem solving strategies, and manipulatives to help students develop reasoning skills and proficiency.
Join the discussion of issues including:
• Using blended learning strategies to increase mathematical achievement
• Integrating mathematical discourse to help students develop effective reasoning skills and proficiency
• Combining manipulatives and problem solving strategies in the classroom

Literature + math = a perfect match

This document discusses using children's literature to enhance mathematics teaching and learning. It provides examples of how stories can be used to introduce mathematical concepts, inspire problem solving, and develop skills. Specific books are recommended that connect to topics like numbers, operations, geometry, and measurement. Integrating literature is said to make math more engaging and motivate students by giving concepts real-world context and meaning. Communication between students is emphasized as an important part of learning.

Mathematical explaination

Sometimes steps are simple and multiple methods can resolve the equation. During the start of of 1900, mathematics take the real turn and still new processes are evolving out of the woods.

Ime march 2007_workshop_nebraska

This document summarizes the Mathematical Education of K-8 Teachers program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It describes two main partnerships: The Mathematics Semester for future elementary teachers, and the Math in the Middle Institute Partnership for in-service middle school teachers.
The Mathematics Semester is a redesign of the math courses for elementary education majors. It integrates math content, pedagogy, and field experiences into a cohesive program. The Math in the Middle Institute is a multi-year graduate program that provides additional math and pedagogical training for middle school teachers to strengthen their knowledge and leadership abilities. Both programs aim to improve K-12 student achievement in math through strengthening teacher expertise.

Math stars grade 4

The document contains a collection of math word problems and exercises for students. It includes problems involving geometry, algebra, time, money, fractions, probability and other topics. After each problem section, it provides the answers and an explanation of the problem solving strategies and concepts involved. The purpose is to challenge students with complex multi-step problems and help them improve their problem solving skills.

Numeracy Oct 23 -Denise Flick

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Why Can't Johnny Solve Problems?

My presentation on video games, problem solving, and the implications for school reform. Held at The International Benchmarking Conference held on March 2, 2012, in the Atrium Theatre at The Roblin Centre, Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada

Zio tobia

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End the Didactic Contract - KYMATYC Ignite Event

End the Didactic Contract - KYMATYC Ignite Event

End the Didactic Contract - KYMATYC Ignite Event

End the Didactic Contract - KYMATYC Ignite Event

CMC3S Spring 2013 Dave Sobecki Critical Thinking

CMC3S Spring 2013 Dave Sobecki Critical Thinking

DLL_MATHEMATICS 5_Q2_W9.docx

DLL_MATHEMATICS 5_Q2_W9.docx

CTD Sp14 Weekly Workshop: Writing Good Peer Instruction ("Clicker") Questions

CTD Sp14 Weekly Workshop: Writing Good Peer Instruction ("Clicker") Questions

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4 A's lesson plan.docx

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6 choose 3

Baobab Education_Overview

Baobab Education_Overview

Rethinking math at euroamerican college

Rethinking math at euroamerican college

If You Can Dodge A Wrench

If You Can Dodge A Wrench

COT4 Lesson Plan Grade 8

COT4 Lesson Plan Grade 8

Effectively Differentiating Mathematics Instruction to Help Struggling Students

Effectively Differentiating Mathematics Instruction to Help Struggling Students

Literature + math = a perfect match

Literature + math = a perfect match

Mathematical explaination

Mathematical explaination

Ime march 2007_workshop_nebraska

Ime march 2007_workshop_nebraska

Math stars grade 4

Math stars grade 4

Numeracy Oct 23 -Denise Flick

Numeracy Oct 23 -Denise Flick

Why Can't Johnny Solve Problems?

Why Can't Johnny Solve Problems?

Zio tobia

Zio tobia

What makesa mathtaskworthwhileemaol

What makesa mathtaskworthwhileemaol

- 1. MATH It Should Really Just Make Sense! Integrating Comprehension Strategies into Mathematics Instruction-Part I February 2013 Grantsburg School District Billie Rengo-Literacy Coach
- 2. COMPREHENSION Comprehension difficulties exist both in reading and in math. Students might appear to understand mathematical operations. Memorization vs. understanding All of our comprehension strategies we use in (Hyde, 2008) (Sammons, 2010) reading can explicitly be taught in math
- 3. MAKING CONNECTIONS KWL Anticipation guides Frayer model Math-to-self connections Math-to-math connections Math-to-world connections Image credit: makingconnectionsgroup.blogspot.com (Sammons, 2010)
- 6. Anticipation guides, described by Laney Sammons in “Guided Math: A Framework for Mathematics Education,” help you assess student prior knowledge and design instruction. (Sammons, 2010)
- 7. Visualizing Visualize to understand the problem Visualize to represent the problem mathematically Every mathematical symbol should be Image credit: teacherweb.com connected to a concrete representation (Hyde, 2008)
- 8. Number Story Example When the Grantsburg Pirates come out onto the court at the beginning of a game, the starting five are announced. Each player slaps a high five to each other player. What is the total number of high fives slapped by the starting five players? Image credit: www.presspubs.com You count one high five when two players slap high fives with each other. (Hyde, 2008)
- 9. K (What do I know?) W (What do I want to C (Are there any find out?) special conditions?) (Hyde, 2008)
- 10. Image credit: An example of a number maplelawndental.com story involving inferring Mrs. Melin’s daughter Alivia just got her first tooth. Mrs. Melin is so glad that she bursts into tears at the very thought of it! In the last complete week, she used up 6 little packets of tissues per day. Each packet had 12 tissues in it. Before solving the problem, create a question to end the story… (Hyde, 2008)
- 11. K (What do I know?) W (What do I want to C (Are there any find out?) special conditions?) (Hyde, 2008)
- 12. PREDICTING Math is the science of patterns 37, 47, 57, ___, ___, 87, ___, ___ ____ + ____=____ Our goal is to teach students to identify and complete patterns Predictions should be based on evidence
- 13. PREDICTING IN PROBABILITY… Scenario: Divide the class up into groups of 3-4 students Each student has a role (supplier, grabber, recorder, and reporter) Image credit: mathcoachblog.wordpress.com Each group is given an index card with a letter S-Z (which is taped to the table) Suppliers come up and get a bag with a letter. The teacher says “Inside your bag are 10 cubes, some red, some blue, some yellow.” (He/she then pulls out one of each color and drops it back in the bag). “You are not to look in the bag. Instead, you must take out 1 cube, record its color, and drop it back in the bag. Do this 25 times. Then analyze your data and predict how many of each color are in the bag.” The group analyzes the results together and the reporter shares the group’s thinking with the class. (Hyde, 2008)
- 14. INFERRING In problem solving, teach students to re- examine their K-W-C to identify inferences (go through it line by line) Inferences can cause inaccuracies (ex. A car travels at an average of 45 mph. A student might infer that it went 45 mph.) (Hyde, 2008)
- 15. PROBLEMS FOR 1ST GRADE Examples of problems that require inferring… 1. Kathy has 17 juicy jelly beans and Lenny has 8. How many more juicy jelly beans does Kathy have than Lenny? 2. Sally has 12 cookies and Kevin has 9. How many fewer does Kevin have than Sally? 3. Mary has 6 Britney Spears CDs. Alice has 3 more than Mary does. How many CDs does Alice have? 4. Henry has 4 Rambo DVDs. He has 2 fewer than Alan does. How many Rambo DVDs does Alan have? 5. Daly has 7 florescent gel-pens. He has 3 more than Laura does. How many florescent gel-pens does Laura have? 6. Danny has 8 markers. Larry has 4 fewer than Danny does. How many markers does Larry have? (Hyde, 2008)
- 16. REFERENCES Hyde, A. A. (2008). Comprehending math, adapting reading strategies to teach mathematics, k-6. Greenwood International. Sammons, L. (2010). Guided math: a framework for mathematics instruction. Huntington Beach, CA: Shell Education.