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Mathematics Leadership Community Matamata. Principals and Lead Teachers Term 3 2013. Honor [email protected] Games. Star to Mars More than less than Bingo. Reflection. Share: Moderation and using rich tasks to help . Parent evenings What else is on top? Mid year data

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Mathematics leadership community matamata

Mathematics Leadership CommunityMatamata

Principals and Lead Teachers

Term 3 2013

Honor [email protected]


Games

Games

  • Star to Mars

  • More than less than

  • Bingo


Reflection

Reflection

Share:

  • Moderation and using rich tasks to help .

  • Parent evenings

    What else is on top?

    Mid year data

    Targets?


Today s agenda

Today’s Agenda

  • Reflection and sharing

  • New Gloss-moderate.

  • Practice activities that can gather

    evidence for OTJ’s

  • Updates


New gloss

New Gloss

  • What's the same and what's different?

  • Additional information about Gloss.

  • Read the front page!


Practice gathering otj evidence without the worksheet what to do instead of worksheets

PracticeGathering OTJ evidence without the worksheetWhat to do instead of worksheets?


Why do we need to practice

Why do we need to “Practice”

  • Reinforce and extend student learning.

  • Working independently and most of the time. (does not mean in isolation)

  • Problem solving and modeling situations


Mathematics leadership community matamata

From BES Mathematics/Pangarau(2007)

Tasks that require students to engage in complex and non-algorithmic thinking promote exploration of connections across math's concepts

Tasks which are open ended rather than procedural provide students with something they need to think about, not simply are disguised way of practicing already demonstrated algorithms.


My thoughts about worksheets

My Thoughts about Worksheets

  • Timing of these?

  • Children off task

  • Time fillers

  • Are just collecting knowledge

  • Where was the creative thinking?

  • The higher order thinking?

  • Where was the fun!


Getting set up

Getting Set Up

  • Take time to introduce activities.

  • Set expectations.

    • Written recording

    • Presenting.

    • Resilience

    • Communication


Written recording

Written recording

Maths playground

Jens fish tank

Illustrations from nzmaths

Rugby scores

Portfolio examples


Task 1

Task 1

  • 3x27

  • 15x12

  • 9x998

  • Find three different strategies to solve these problems

  • Which is the most efficient strategy.


Task 2

Task 2

20

Start with the answer

Write 2 word problems to go with this?

Does the question of your word problems promote the strategy we are practicing?

If not do you need to change it?

Try it on a friend?


A known result

A known result

6x7 =42

  • What other problems can you work out because you know this?

  • As per Task 2


Look for good resources to help

Look for good resources to help

Open ended Maths activities.

Value of a word

If A=1 B=2 C=3 etc

What are some words which are worth between 35 and 40 ?


Making your own questions

Making your own questions

  • Identify a topic

    Averages

  • Think of a closed question

    The children in our family are aged 3,8,9,10 and 15. what is their average age?

  • Make up a question

    There are 5 children in our family, their average age is 9. How old might the children be?


For stages 1 4

For Stages 1-4

  • Name cards

  • Own task boards

  • Place next to activity around the room

  • You are just looking for evidence of counting all or counting on


Other ideas handout

Other ideas-Handout

  • Make a poster

  • Make a mobile

  • Big books

  • Debate

  • Role plays

  • Resources

  • Games and Puzzles


A goal for you

A goal for you

  • Target a group

  • Focus on ensuring their practice activities are aligned with their learning needs.

  • Working well

  • Purposeful

  • Can explain what they are doing and why.

  • Have you collected evidence towards as OTJ?


Mathematics leadership community matamata

Updates

  • Jam

  • Applying for PLD in 2014

  • Content workshops


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