Are you looking for a new way to manage your students during math? Along with the expectations of Common Core are the increasing demands of teachers to circulate throughout the class giving specific & immediate feedback to guide students in their thinking. And let's face it, when you have a classroom packed with students it can seem like a daunting task.
Using Assessing & Advancing Questioning techniques, I've created this packet to replicate how I meet the needs of all my students during my weekly math problem solving lessons. Use this guide as you return back to school for the start of the year or as a way to revamp your math block during the school year.
Planning your Problem Solving Math Lessons just got a whole lot easier! Included in this guide:
* Outline and explanation of Math Problem Solving lesson planning
* Print & Stick Teacher Feedback (sticky notes)
* Student Feedback Paddles
* Anecdotal Note Taking Page
This routine will become a weekly staple in your math block throughout the school year. We all know students thrive when presented with a routine and this outline will provide your students the opportunity to grow from immediate, specific feedback from YOU and from their PEERS.
This outline uses assessing and advancing questions from you to meet the needs of all your students QUICKLY and EFFECTIVELY! Management just got a whole lot easier!! Your administrators will be amazed at your ability to maintain a classroom with rigorous expectations and a solid support system for your students to succeed.
*To be used with any Common Core Problem Solving Questions aligned to your Math Curriculum (student math problems are not included.) This is a framework to accompany your curriculum.
If you would like to take a closer look at the Math Problem Solving template used in this guide, please click below:
Editable Math Problem Solving Template
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