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Instruction

 

Framework

  • developed by Surrey Schools
  • materials from Youcubed. These are based on the work of Dr. Jo Boaler from Stanford and her book . The site has lots of good information, tasks and routines.

Routines (Daily or Weekly)

  • The Thinking Classroom – This approach developed by Dr. Peter Liljedahl at SFU uses Vertical Non-Permanent Surfaces (#vnps) and Visible Random Groupings (#vrg) to engage students in rich mathematical tasks.
  • Number Talks (5-15 minute classroom conversations around math concepts)
  • Estimation
    • – Short visual routines to uncover estimation riddles
    • – a collection of 180 estimation problems
  • – site based on the by the same name. also available.
  • – Different numbers of dots are hidden and the students have to figure out how many are hiding

Tasks

  • Three Act Tasks – promote student thinking and connect math to the real world while focusing on the curricular competencies.
    • – Elementary and Middle
    • – Elementary and Middle
    • – Middle and Secondary
    • – K – 2 students
    • of a Three Act Task in an elementary class