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# TAL – Binder Project Big Idea 2 R igid Motion and Congruency S haring s tudent work - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

TAL – Binder Project Big Idea 2 R igid Motion and Congruency S haring s tudent work . Beth Schefelker Melissa Hedges Judy Winn. Using a student work protocol. Working in groups of 3. Select one topic rigid motion or congruency to discuss. Share the CABS you gave.

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### TAL – Binder Project Big Idea 2Rigid Motion and CongruencySharing student work

Beth Schefelker

Melissa Hedges

Judy Winn

• Working in groups of 3. Select one topic rigid motion or congruency to discuss.

• Share the CABS you gave.

• Each group member selects 3-6 pieces of student work.

• Focus on one set of student work. Pass the papers around the table.

• Discuss misconceptions/understandings that surfaced.

• Use a table sticky note to record the table conversations for each pack of student work.

• Think about the discussion from each set of student work…

• What theme surfaced as you looked at the same mathematical idea?

• What surprised you?

• What discussions did you have as you analyzed work from students who struggle in your math classroom

• How will it provide you with information for adjusting instruction?

• How will it provide you with information for differentiating the key lessons? Moving from the concrete to the abstract experiences?

Binder Project: Big Idea 2 see syllabus pg. 5

• Project due May 17th

• Part 1: As a Learner of Mathematics

• Part 2: Student CABS

• rigid motion and congruency

• Part 3A: Critiquing the lessons

• Part 3B: Suggestions for instruction

• Part 3C: Critiquing the suggestions offered for Differentiation

Reminder: Tricky TrianglesSee pg. 6 in syllabus

• Final data presentation and write-up

• Due April 26

• Re-administer the tricky triangle assessment

• Examine the new data identifying change from fall to spring.

• Compare the performance of students with and without disabilities.

• Be prepared to share:

• 1. Change in data results

• 2. Identify lessons/instructional opportunities that shifted student thinking.

1. Completed log of tricky triangle instruction.

2. 2-page write-up reflecting on the project.

• student changes from fall to spring

• (refer to van Hiele levels)

• key instructional tasks/strategies you implemented and ideas for differentiation

• lessons learned as a teacher of mathematics while you focused on this topic

• Lessons learned on collaboration.