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Copy of Mathematical Tasks: High Cognitive Demand and Low Cognitive

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Haley Throneburg

on 14 October 2013

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Mathematical Tasks: High Cognitive Demand and Low Cognitive Demand
Step 3
Doing Mathematics:
This task requires non-algorithmic thinking because it requires the student to put the equation into a real-world context. It also does not provide a direct instructions nor does it suggest following a specific procedure. This task also requires students to explore and understand relationships by being able to relate this task with a real-life situations. Most importantly, this task requires a great deal of cognitive effort in which the student will have to access their own relevant knowledge and experiences.

Procedures Without Connections
Low Cognitive Demand Tasks
1) Memorization
2) Procedures without connections

High Cognitive Demand Tasks
3) Procedures with connections
4) Doing Mathematics
4 Levels of Cognitive Demand
Using the Framework to Classify Subtraction Tasks
The Mathematical Tasks Framework
Low Cognitive Demand
High Cognitive Demand
Examples of Each Type of Task
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