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Student Thinking To Leverage Student Thinking

 

Representing Addition and Subtraction (7:33)

Facilitative Prompts

  • While viewing the video, consider how the ideas shared might further inform or influence practice and impact student learning.
  • What further questions do you have?
  • What additional information, resources and supports are needed?
  • What are some specific next steps that can be taken based on what has been learned from this video?

 

The Brownie Dilemma Solutions: : Understanding, Identifying and Using Fractions (7:54)

Facilitative Prompts

  • Prior to viewing: Thinking about understanding fractions, what are some important aspects that come to mind?
  • While viewing the video, what do you notice about the student thinking? What do you notice about the teacher moves? What ideas emerge for you? What questions do you have?
  • After viewing: What are the key ideas that will continue to inform your work with students in order to continue building proficiency with numbers? Why are these important? How might the ideas shared further inform or influence practice and impact student learning? What further questions do you have? What additional information, resources and supports are needed? What are some specific next steps that can be taken based on what has been learned from this video?

 

Representing Fraction Operations: The Ribbon Task (12:57)

Facilitative Prompts

  • While viewing the video, consider how the ideas shared might further inform or influence practice and impact student learning.
  • What further questions do you have?
  • What additional information, resources and supports are needed?
  • What are some specific next steps that can be taken based on what has been learned from this video?