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What does good math instruction look like?

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Rebecca Whittet

on 22 February 2014

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Transcript of What does good math instruction look like?

What does good math instruction look like?
What are the mathematical practices and how do they engage students in mathematics?
Why is conceptual understanding important in developing mathematically proficient students?
What are the characteristics of an effective math teacher?
Effective Math Instruction
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Noneffective Math Instruction
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3.

List the Top Three Symptoms of .....
1. Lack of initiative.
2. Lack of perseverance.
3. Lack of retention.
4. Aversion to word problems.
5. Eagerness for formula.

Top 5 Symptoms of Being Ineffective...
Top 5 Symptoms of Being Effective...
1. Use multimedia.
2. Encourage student intuition.
3. Ask the shortest question you can.
4. Let the students build the problem.
5. Be less helpful.
What Does Good Math Instruction Look Like?
Read the above article and highlight 3-4 topics of interest to share in a Socratic-like Circle.
Examine your specific Mathematical Practice standard.
Write it in kid friendly terms.
Write three questions the teacher could ask to encourage students to use this particular standard.
The 8 Mathematical Practices
Gallery Walk
Explore each Mathematical Practice.
Using your sticky note, create another question that could encourage the students to use that mathematical practice.
QUIZ TIME!
Match each set of questions to the correct mathematical practice.
Are you showing symptoms of being effective?
Are you showing symptoms of being ineffective?
1. Lack of initiative.
2. Lack of perseverance.
3. Lack of retention.
4. Aversion to word problems.
5. Eagerness for formula.
1. Use multimedia.
2. Encourage student intuition.
3. Ask the shortest question you can.
4. Let the students build the problem.
5. Be less helpful.
Ineffective
Effective
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