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Lead Teacher Workshop Nov 2011. 9 – 10.50 Warm Up – Cooperative Learning JAM IKAN Effective Teaching SHARED MORNING TEA 11.20 – 12.30 Sharing from Lead Teacher Symposium Looking ahead to 2012 Pub Quiz!. JAM Junior Assessment of Mathematics (Years 1-3). Additive Strategies

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Lead teacher workshop nov 2011

Lead Teacher Workshop Nov 2011

9 – 10.50

  • Warm Up – Cooperative Learning

  • JAM

  • IKAN

  • Effective Teaching

    SHARED MORNING TEA

    11.20 – 12.30

  • Sharing from Lead Teacher Symposium

  • Looking ahead to 2012

  • Pub Quiz!


Jam junior assessment of mathematics years 1 3

JAMJunior Assessment of Mathematics (Years 1-3)

  • Additive Strategies

  • Multiplicative and Fraction Strategies

  • FNWS and BNWS

  • Fraction Knowledge

  • Grouping and Place Value

  • Basic Facts

  • Algebra

  • Geometry (Shape)

  • Measurement (Length)


Diagnostic assessment

Diagnostic Assessment

“The most important single factor influencing learning is what the learner already knows.

Ascertain this and teach accordingly”

David Ausubel, Educational Psychologist


Algebra

Algebra


Geometry

Geometry


Measurement

Measurement


Jam junior assessment of mathematics years 1 31

JAMJunior Assessment of Mathematics (Years 1-3)

  • Additive Strategies

  • Multiplicative and Fraction Strategies

  • FNWS and BNWS

  • Fraction Knowledge

  • Grouping and Place Value

  • Basic Facts

  • Algebra

  • Geometry (Shape)

  • Measurement (Length)


Lead teacher workshop nov 2011

IKAN

  • Flash versions allow you to choose to start the assessment at a particular part.  

  • mp4 versions are video files which you can download and use offline.  

  • Both versions now include audio. 


Lead teacher workshop nov 2011

An ethic of care

Arranging for learning

Building on student’s thinking

Worthwhile maths tasks

Making connections

Assessment for learning

Mathematical communication

Mathematical language

Tools and representations

Teacher knowledge


Lead teacher workshop nov 2011

Podcast from GraemeAitken, from

  • http://www.educationalleaders.govt.nz/Leadership-development/Leadership-programmes/First-time-principals-modules/Module-2-Teaching-effectiveness#eztoc38865_0_2


Lead teacher workshop nov 2011

How do you know effective teaching is happening in your school?

Outcomes View

Style View

1. What is happening for the students?

Teaching Actions

Student Outcomes

Inquiry View

2. What are the possibilities for improvement?

  • Discuss any implications for:

  • Appraisal

  • Staff and Syndicate Meetings

  • Further professional development needed.


Sharing from lead teacher symposium

Sharing from Lead Teacher Symposium

  • Megan and Christina

    (from Northcross Intermediate)

    COSMDBRRICS

  • Jo Patrick from Long Bay Primary:

    Early multiplication


Sharing from lead teacher symposium1

Sharing from Lead Teacher Symposium

  • Rhonda (Orewa North) – ALIM

  • Rose - Figure It Out

  • Angela (Stanmore Bay)- Apple Apps and Digistore


Lead teacher workshop nov 2011

2012

  • PMA : March 17th

  • Maths Papers

  • Continuation of LT clusters

  • Evaluations


Pub quiz teams which day of the week were you born

Pub Quiz TeamsWhich day of the week were you born?

  • NZ Curriculum & National Standards

  • Dingbats

    3. Christmas Maths


Round 1 nz curriculum and national standards

Round 1: NZ Curriculum and National Standards

  • When was the NZ Curriculum (in it’s current version) introduced?

  • What symbol is used as the symbol for the New Zealand Curriculum?

  • Name all 5 key competencies

  • What is the maths standard for Year 3?


Lead teacher workshop nov 2011

Round 1: NZ Curriculum and National Standards

5.

What standard is this illustration showing?


Lead teacher workshop nov 2011

Round 1: NZ Curriculum and National Standards

  • Creating nets for cubes is part of the National Standard for which year level?

  • By the end of what year level would a child be expected to use cm and mm accurately?

  • What standard does this illustrate? – Why? Mitchell had 231 toy sports cars. He sold 78 of them. How many cars did he have left?


Lead teacher workshop nov 2011

Round 2:

Dingbats


Round 3 christmas maths

Round 3: Christmas Maths

  • Johnny has a Christmas tree farm. He planted 776 trees in eight equal rows. How many trees are in each row?

  • Post-Christmas Sale: Which is the better buy? A)Buy one pair and get the second pair half price!

    b) Buy two pairs and get the third pair free!

    3. Tim and Shirley put 48 ornaments on the tree altogether. Tim put twice as many ornaments on the tree as Shirley. How many ornaments did Shirley put on the tree?


Round 3 christmas maths1

Round 3: Christmas Maths

4. What is the total number of gifts received during the song 12 days of Christmas?

5. Each large roll of ribbon is 30 metres long. Each parcel takes 90 cm of ribbon. How many parcels can be wrapped?

6. If you attended all 4 LT days this year, calculate how many minutes you have been here (previous 3 days being 9:15 - 2:45, today’s session being 9:15 -12:30)


Round 3 christmas maths2

Round 3: Christmas Maths

  • On Father Christmas’s naughty list, the ratio of naughty girls to naughty boys is 2 : 3. What fraction of naughty children are boys?

    8. Bob the christmas tree painter was trying to find the darkest shade of green. He mixed blue and yellow paint together in the following ratios of blue : yellow

    a) 3:4, b) 5:7, c) 5:10

    Which ratio makes the darkest shade of green?


Which graph best shows santa s journey

Santa left the North Pole on his sleigh on Christmas Eve. As the sleigh was heavy with gifts the team of reindeer struggled with the first leg of the flight, where they aimed high in the sky to stay out of sight.

Once above the clouds, Santa pulled back the reindeer to a hover, to allow them to take a few minutes rest. They then set off again more energetically.

A little while later they arrived at their first stop where they dropped off their first load of presents. They then picked up pace again catching a downstream of wind to their next destination.

Unfortunately, while Santa was sorting out presents for one particularly good boy, he realised he had left the bike he had requested in his wishlist back at the North Pole. Quick as a flash they dashed back to the Grotto.

Which graph best shows Santa’s journey?

A

B

Distance

Distance

Time

Time

C

D

Distance

Distance

Time

Time


Thought for the day

Thought for the Day

Statistically,

six out of seven dwarfs are not happy


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