Students using Assessments to focus their learning . Pam Wilson, NBCT July 21, 2012 #TMC12, St. Louis, MO. Mathematical practices. 1 . Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. 2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively.
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Pam Wilson, NBCT
July 21, 2012
#TMC12, St. Louis, MO
CASL, Stiggins, page 42
1 need some HELP!
I need a little more practice!
I’ve GOT IT!
How are they alike? Different?
The graphs represent the flow of a liquid either out of the top prism or into the bottom prism of the container.
Take it in turns to match two cards that represent the movement of water in the same container.
Place the cards next to each other, not on top, so that everyone can see.
When you match two cards, explain how you came to your decision.
Your partner should either explain that reasoning again in his or her own words, or challenge the reasons you gave.
Some graphs are missing information, such as a scale along an axis. You will need to add this scale.
You both need to be able to agree on and explain the match of every card.
If you are staying at your desk, be ready to explain the reasons for your group’s graph matches.
If you are visiting another group, copy your matches onto a piece of paper.
Go to another group’s desk and check to see which matches are different from your own. If there are differences, ask for an explanation. If you still don’t agree, explain your own thinking.
When you return to your own desk, you need to consider as a group whether to make any changes to your own work.