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Pedagogy Support For Development Of Automaticity

 

Developing Automaticity Duration (1:52)

Facilitative Prompts

  • Prior to viewing: When you think about strategies for learning math facts, what comes to mind? What does automaticity mean to you? What strategies are currently being used to develop automaticity?
  • While viewing the video, what key ideas surface for you? What questions emerge? What resonates, connects with your understandings, or challenges your thinking?
  • After viewing: What approaches might you and your school community continue to explore as related to learning math facts? What do you need to know more about?

 

Conceptual Understanding and Procedural Fluency- We Need Both (3:33)

Facilitative Prompts

  • Prior to viewing: What comes to mind when you hear the terms “Conceptual understanding” and “Procedural fluency”? What is currently in place supporting the work around these areas in your classroom, school community or across your system?
  • While viewing the video, what key messages are being shared? What questions emerge for you? What resonates or challenages your thinking?
  • After viewing: What are some key “take aways” you will further consider with your school community? Why are these important messages to consider for your students and school community?

 

Automaticity and Math Facts (1:38)

Facilitative Prompts

  • Prior to viewing: When you think about strategies for learning math facts, what comes to mind? What does automaticity mean to you? What strategies are currently being used to develop automaticity?
  • While viewing the video, what key ideas surface for you? What questions emerge?
  • After viewing: What approaches might you and your school community continue to explore as related to learning math facts? What do you need to know more about?