Webinar: Math Tools - Answer Getting vs. Problem Solving - Grades 2-3
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Numeracy routines help build a mathematical community where students feel safe and are willing to take risks. If students know something conceptually, they should be able to contextualize it, create models of it, express it in words or pictures, or use equations. For this to happen students need math tools: concrete materials and templates. Join me as we explore math toolkits to support shifting from answer-getting to problem-solving.
TTESS 1.4 Activities
TTESS 2.1 Achieving Expectations
TTESS 2.2 Content Knowledge and Expertise
TTESS 2.4 Differentiation
TTESS 3.1 Classroom Environment, Routines, Procedures
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