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W01 - Mathematics Education(Primary/Junior(EDUC 4274...

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Location: Room H111, Nipissing University North Bay, Ontario, Canada Instructor: Daniel H. Jarvis, PhD Email: [email protected] Website: http://www.nipissingu.ca/faculty/danj Office Number: H331 Office Phone: (705) 474 3461 x 4445 Office Hours: by appointment (see embedded schedule) Mathematics Education (Primary/Junior) (EDUC 4274) Workshop 1: Course Outline, Mathematics Education Reform, and Ontario Mathematics Curriculum
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2 Activity: SET Game of Visual Perception: A Metaphor for Reform-based Mathematics Teaching Course Outline: Goals, Textbook, Assignments, Assessment Instructor Website, Weblog, & Math Software on Macs Mathematics Education in 2011 (Content + Pedagogy + Technology) Break (10 Minutes) Activity 2: View “What Are You Teaching My Children?” (Marilyn Burns, 1994) followed by a Think-Pair-Share Aftermath: Until We Meet Again Workshop 1 Agenda
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3 Main rule: In each complete “set,” for each characteristic (colour, shape, number, pattern) one must have all the same or all different, but never two of anything . This rule is applied to each characteristic separately—they are mutually exclusive (e.g., one can have three red cards, but three different shapes). SET Game Rules
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The SET Game of Visual Perception A simple metaphor regarding the complex nature of mathematics education reform in Ontario TASK: Problem-based, experiential learning TALK: Communication with peers and with class TECH: Graphing calculators and other
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