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Alison MacDougall-Popke joined Daniela Di Giantomasso's group
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Co-teaching 3-part lessons in Numeracy

Teachers will be implementing three-part lessons in their math programs. Our aim is that by using open-ended questions, students will build and strengthen their numeracy skills, which will then lead to more engaged students in math.See More
May 20, 2014
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Enhancing Communication using Technology in the Mathematics Classroom

This project will focus on the development of mathematical communication skills with students from grades three to six. We will investigate and develop an extensive collection of effective instructional and assessment strategies through co-teaching, colaborative planning and technology. We will be using i Pads and Blogging Tools “to provide opportunities for students to demonstrate their growth on expected learning goals and enable us to provide feedback to students” …See More
May 9, 2014
Tracy Wright, Melissa Lavoie and 3 other members joined Daniela Di Giantomasso's group
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Co-teaching 3-part lessons in Numeracy

Teachers will be implementing three-part lessons in their math programs. Our aim is that by using open-ended questions, students will build and strengthen their numeracy skills, which will then lead to more engaged students in math.See More
May 8, 2014
Lucio Iassogna joined Daniela Di Giantomasso's group
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Co-teaching 3-part lessons in Numeracy

Teachers will be implementing three-part lessons in their math programs. Our aim is that by using open-ended questions, students will build and strengthen their numeracy skills, which will then lead to more engaged students in math.See More
Apr 26, 2014
Daniela Di Giantomasso replied to Caleigh Fobes's discussion 3-Part Lesson and 3-D Geometry in the group Co-teaching 3-part lessons in Numeracy
"I completely agree Caleigh!  For the older students, using open-ended questions was a bit challenging at first because they are so concerned with being "right" and they don't want to take a chance and risk being wrong.  The…"
Apr 11, 2014
Daniela Di Giantomasso added a discussion to the group Co-teaching 3-part lessons in Numeracy
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Grade 1 3D Geometry

The following lesson was co-planned and co-taught by two of our grade 1 teachers, Laura Christmas and Brea Watkins.Before: Getting Started: Began the lesson by playing a game called: “That’s Me”. The idea for this lesson came from the Ministry Binder on Geometry for Primary. Each student was given a 3-D solid that had been previously taught. The teacher made statements such as: “My solid has faces, My solid can roll, My solid has vertices, etc”. If the statement applied to the solid that the…See More
Apr 11, 2014
Daniela Di Giantomasso added a discussion to the group Co-teaching 3-part lessons in Numeracy
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Allowances & Ratios

My intermediate students are working on rate and ratios now.  We've been discussing ways to break a number down and finding equivalent ratios, as well as looking at where we can find examples in the world around us.  Long story short, I tried to find a way to develop financial literacy with my students and came upon the idea of using allowances to show ratios.  Problem: Each week, you get an allowance from your parents and need to put money aside for an end-of-the-year gift for yourself (e.g.…See More
Mar 28, 2014
Daniela Di Giantomasso liked Daniela Di Giantomasso's discussion Observations on open questions
Mar 27, 2014
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Mar 24, 2014
Melissa Hillman, Stacey Purdon and 2 other members joined Daniela Di Giantomasso's group
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Co-teaching 3-part lessons in Numeracy

Teachers will be implementing three-part lessons in their math programs. Our aim is that by using open-ended questions, students will build and strengthen their numeracy skills, which will then lead to more engaged students in math.See More
Mar 20, 2014
Jan Evans replied to Daniela Di Giantomasso's discussion Observations on open questions in the group Co-teaching 3-part lessons in Numeracy
"Our TLLP is focusing on imporving communication in math through problem-Solving as well, using the three part lesson and Explain Everything app. Our Team consists iof classes from Grades Three to six. Presently, we are in a meeting and…"
Mar 20, 2014
Leanne McLean commented on Daniela Di Giantomasso's group Co-teaching 3-part lessons in Numeracy
"We have be using the app "Explain Everything" to assist students in communicating their thinking in a clear and concise way. Then congressing and discussing the different strategies used by students and also discussing the efficiency of…"
Mar 20, 2014
Caleigh Fobes joined Daniela Di Giantomasso's group
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Co-teaching 3-part lessons in Numeracy

Teachers will be implementing three-part lessons in their math programs. Our aim is that by using open-ended questions, students will build and strengthen their numeracy skills, which will then lead to more engaged students in math.See More
Mar 19, 2014
Jaime Clayton joined Daniela Di Giantomasso's group
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Co-teaching 3-part lessons in Numeracy

Teachers will be implementing three-part lessons in their math programs. Our aim is that by using open-ended questions, students will build and strengthen their numeracy skills, which will then lead to more engaged students in math.See More
Mar 3, 2014
Daniela Di Giantomasso added 2 discussions to the group Co-teaching 3-part lessons in Numeracy
Feb 28, 2014
Daniela Di Giantomasso replied to Lee-Anne Carson-Foster's discussion Grade 2/3 Geometry Using Geoboards and iPads in the group Co-teaching 3-part lessons in Numeracy
"I like that idea of sending parents pics of their children's work!  It actually makes sense and is something tangible for parents to have.  "
Feb 27, 2014

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At 10:27pm on May 16, 2013, Jim Strachan said…
Welcome Daniela -- Happy (almost!) Friday!
 
 
 

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