Monday, February 27th, 2017 at 3:00pm
Location: Kristi Story’s Room
Becky Holden, Kristi Story, Kerry Coote
- I can make sense of tasks and persevere in solving them.
- I can reason abstractly and quantitatively.
- I can look for and make use of structure.
|3:05||5 min||Quick scan of Jo’s YouCubed article (pp. 2, 11)|
|3:05||20 min||Solving equations visually|
|3:25||5 min||Book Club warm-up|
|3:30||20 min||Use Visible Thinking Routines
to guide discussion
|3:55||5 min||Feedback – “I learned…, “I liked…,”I felt…”
Read Chapter 2: Reason Abstractly and Quantitatively
- SEEING AS UNDERSTANDING: The Importance of Visual Mathematics for our Brain and Learning from Jo Boaler
- (p. 2) A number line representation of number quantity has been shown in cognitive studies to be particularly important…
- (p. 11) Three recommendations for teaching and parenting.
- Student Evidence and Teacher Actions for Make Sense of Tasks and Persevere in Solving Them
Update on PD (Goal: Scale our work to our teams.)
- Number Talks and Number Strings 3rd – 6th Grade (Jan 10)
- Number Talks and Number Strings 1st – 2nd Grade (Jan 13)
- Numeracy through Literacy Early Learners – Kindergarten (Feb 8)
- **NEW** Numeracy through Literacy Kindergarten – 3rd (Mar 30-31)
Van de Walle, John. Teaching Student-centered Mathematics: Developmentally Appropriate Instruction for Grades Pre-K-2. Boston: Pearson, 2014. Print.
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