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Planning for Mathematics Instruction Main Reference: Teaching Mathematics in Grades K-8 Research- based Methods, 2nd-ed, Edited by Thomas R. Post. Teaching Elementary School Mathematics: Methods and Content for Grades K-8 by Frederick H. Bell
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Stages in Teaching Planning method evaluation
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Teacher as Decision Maker Content development approach -- instruction proceed from what students know toward knowledge and skills beyond their present understanding. Teachers have a great deal of autonomy within the prescribe curriculum. behavior of the learners: how the students spend their time. behavior of the teachers: motivation, reinforcement, retention, and transfer
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Effective Mathematics Instruction are clear about their goals, and are able to articulate to students, fellow teachers, parents and administrators. Are knowledgeable about the the content they teach knowledgeable about a wide range of instructional strategies communicate to students what is expected and why; help students search for meaning in mathematics Good Teachers
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Effective Teaching High expectations, high academic performance amount of time actively contributed to learning -> achievement explain what expected to learn and demonstrate the steps students tutoring other students achievement rises when questions asked that require apply, analyze, synthesize and evaluate
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Achievement rises significantly when homework assigned regularly and were conscientiously done. Frequent and systematic monitoring of students’ progress emphasis on academic courses, more advanced the subject matter, more rigorous the textbook --. More learned Source: What Works: Research about Teaching and Learning. U.S. Department of Education, 1986.
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course MATH 112 taught by Professor Jarvis during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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