Cognitively Guided Instruction Problem Types. USD 457 This is basic CGI information. This was presented on January 7, 2013 in all elementary buildings. Once you complete this training, the next module would be Problem Types, Advanced.
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Cognitively Guided Instruction Problem Types
This is basic CGI information. This was presented on January 7, 2013 in all elementary buildings. Once you complete this training, the next module would be Problem Types, Advanced.
“Justifying and explaining ideas improves students reasoning skills and their conceptual understanding.”
(Maher and Martino)
1. Using a scale - Rate each problem in comparison with each other. - Record under Rating #1.
2. Working with a partner - directly model each problem, discuss the difficulty if the problem is directly modeled
3. At your table, discuss a mutual ranking. Think about the rationale - Rating #2.
Watch Rachel solve the problems.
How difficult of a problem is it for Rachel?
Does Rachel have a plan?
Does Rachel know how to solve the problem?
The amount of “time” to solve a problem doesn’t correlate with difficulty. In fact, to be a TRUE problem, a person should not know how to solve immediately.
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Multiplication/division problems are appropriate for beginning problem solvers.
The progression of use of various strategies for solving multiplication/division problems is similar to that seen with addition/subtraction.