Implementing Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices: Emphasis on Problem Solving for Grades 2-5 - 013469
This course is a blended learning opportunity in which participants will: (1) complete two short introductory modules in Canvas, (2) meet for one face-to-face session where they will experience explicit opportunities to practice specific strategies for success in the classroom, and (3) complete a final module that includes implementing strategies in their classroom and completing online discussions and reflections. The learner will engage in collaborative critical thinking and problem solving in order to design a task that builds on students' prior knowledge, targets possible student misconceptions, and incorporates questioning techniques that provoke thought and discussion. This session is designed to highlight pedagogies that align the T-TESS Rubric in the areas of Knowledge of Students 1.3, Activities 1.4, and Communication 2.

Audiences Teacher - Elementary (Grades 1-5), Instructional Leaders, Teacher - ESL (English as a Second Language), Teacher - General Education, Teacher - Special Education, Teacher Supervisors


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