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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]

• 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

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

In a range of meaningful contexts, students will be

engaged in thinking mathematically and statistically.

They will solve problems and model situations.

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.

• Capacity Building Series

• www.edu.gov.on.ca

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

• Illustrations

• ARBs

• Figure it Out

• nrich.maths.org

• nzmaths.co.nz

• Using literacy

Formative Assessment Classroom Techniques

• www.nzmaths.co.nz

• Getting parents/family/whanau/fono along to school

• What to do when they get there.

• Explain Knowledge and strategy- use a problem.

• The Number Framework.-How best to explain this?

• What the classroom looks like now.

• Games/stations. Dice and cards.

• Give away spot prizes.

• http://www.nzmaths.co.nz/numeracy-communication-parents-and-community

• Week

Nohooramai