L'Instant du Mentorat
Our TLLP team met twice this week (May 6 and May 8) to continue working on finalizing our unit plan and summary report. We made a lot of revisions to the original unit plan after reflecting on how the lessons went and additional resources that we consulted. We are excited to use this updated plan next year and share it with our colleagues.
Today (April 29), our TLLP team met to continue analyzing and summarizing our findings from implementing our inquiry unit. We began our day with a long list of things to do, but ended up spending the entire time writing and organizing our detailed lesson plans for each lesson in the unit. As we reflect on what we accomplished in this unit, we continue to adjust and improve the lessons as well as differentiate them further in order to accommodate the variety of learners in our classes.…Continue
Here are some examples of student work from one of our first problems in our Multiplication and Division inquiry unit and from one of the last problems.
Our first problem involved dividing different erasers from the Book Fair into packs of ten.
Our last problem involved…Continue
Yesterday, our TLLP team met to summarize the inquiry unit we taught during February and March. We went through each lesson to reflect on what worked well and what didn't work. We revised the language of our plans to be more specific. We reflected on how much we have learned this year in terms of using inquiry in math and creating a Comprehesive Math Program. We realized how important the mini-lessons and games are to a balanced math program, and what a unique perspective we get from our…Continue