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Mathematics Leadership Community Matamata. Principals and Lead Teachers Term 2 2013. Honor Ronowicz [email protected] Game. Tidy number bingo And oldie but a goodie. Today’s Agenda. Review fractions from term 1 Updates Making OTJS and moderation Moving from 4-5

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Term 2 2013

Honor Ronowicz [email protected]

Game
• Tidy number bingo
• And oldie but a goodie
Today’s Agenda
• Review fractions from term 1
• Making OTJS and moderation
• Moving from 4-5

community

Reflection

Share:

• Fractions.

What else is on top?

• Targets and Target Groups
• PACT
• GloSS and JAM
• Maths Week
• Hamilton Symposium- July 26th
• http://www.tetoitupu.org/projects/mathematics

### Assessment Tasks forModeration and OTJ’s

Honor Ronowicz

[email protected]

The New Zealand Curriculum says:

In a range of meaningful contexts, students will be

engaged in thinking mathematically and statistically.

They will solve problems and model situations.

The Mathematics Standards say:

While knowledge is critically important for mathematical understanding, its primary role is to facilitate the student’s solving problems and modelling situations. Just demonstrating knowledge is not sufficient to meet a standard. Rather the student must use knowledge to think mathematically when solving problems or modelling situations.

Pg 10 Mathematics Standards

Why Do Problem Solving?

• Problem solving:
• places the focus on the student making sense of mathematical ideas.
• encourages students to believe in their ability to think mathematically.
• provides ongoing assessment information that can help teachers make instructional decisions.
• activities provide an entry point which allows all students to be working on the same problem.
• develops mathematical power. .
• better represents the nature of mathematics.
So where to start
• Capacity Building Series
• www.edu.gov.on.ca

So you need to know the learning goals or in our case the NZC progressions

What can we use?
• Illustrations
• ARBs
• Figure it Out
• nrich.maths.org
• nzmaths.co.nz
• Using literacy

FACT’s

Formative Assessment Classroom Techniques