Monday, October 20, 2014

Course 1 for UK Teachers | Clerkenwell Centre

Day 1 >> click on day 1 to access slides >>

Setting The Context - Data on student achievement over the years were presented.

Teaching through a Problem - What are the features of a mathematics lessons? What are the theoretical underpinnings and research basis for these features?
We did four basic concept lessons (equal parts, addition within forty, subtraction within 100 with regrouping, square) and one word problem lesson (division of three-digit number).

I often say 'Can you see with the eyes in your mind?' in my presentations. It is derived from the common phrase 'in my mind's eyes' which was given to use by Shakespeare (1602 in Hamlet when he write "In my mind's eyes, Horatio."). The concept of having mind's eyes is ancient, dating back to Chaucer (c.1390 when people still spelt funny, he wrote "It were with thilke eyen of his mynde, With whiche men seen, after that they been blynde."). 

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Marshall Cavendish Education Conference 2014

Lecture 1 How Singapore Math Improves Student Achievement | Slides Here

Lecture 2 Using Assessment to Differentiate Instruction | Slides Here


Monday, August 4, 2014

Worcester State University Summer Institute

Click here for Slides used during the Presentations

Day 1 Slides | Day 2 Slides | Day 3 Slides | Complete Set of Handouts | CutOuts |


 
 


 


 


Monday, July 21, 2014

Blue Springs School District

On the first day, we talked about anchors tasks to introduce new topics, also anchor tasks for practice.
We saw the three part lesson format. We discussed variations in tasks across units.

Photographs are available here Photographs


Friday, July 18, 2014

Kaihe'e Elementary School

Photographs of the Sessions are available here.


Fort Zumwalt School District

Photographs for the Session are here. Photographs

Teachers from the entire district attended this one-day seminar that focused on the four operations.