Connecting Questioning to Our Learning Goals. Day #4. Our Learning Goals for you!. Recognize that clear learning goals for students enable teachers to ask more effective questions. Explain the connections between questions and mathematical learning goals for students.
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I think that this does take planning on a teacher's part. In lesson study you have to plan the questions that you are going to ask the students based on their anticipated answers. I think this is a very important part of lesson planning. Make sure that you understand the different approaches that might emergeand plan for how to get the students on the right track.
Effective mathematical learning goals:
Stein, M., Engle, R., Smith, M., Hughes, E. (2008). Orchestrating Productive Mathematical Discussions: Five Practices for Helping Teachers Move Beyond Show and Tell. Mathematical Thinking and Learning. 10 (4). pp 313-340.
Lampert, M. et al. (2011). Learning in from and for Teaching Practice (Core Principles and Practice). University of Michigan School of Education http://sitemaker.umich.edu/ltp/home
Look at the Handout. Which of these five
statements fit our working definition?
Watch and speculate on her mathematical
Jot down some particularly effective
Recall Mathematical Learning Goals:
(This goal may not be mathematical; it may not be a learning goal for students)
Read two articles:
Identify one thing from each article (be specific)
that will make you re-think your current practice in the classroom. Respond to the following Google Form: http://bit.ly/2012week1
Due Date: Sunday Afternoon, 4 pm