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experimental research. Scientia Paedagogica Experimentalis XXXV, 1, 161- 180. Retrieved from Unit 3. Teaching Math to Young Children Reid, M., & Reid, S. (2017). Learning to Be a Math Teacher: What Knowledge Is Essential? International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education , 9 (4), 851 872.Retrieved from rue&db=eric&AN=EJ1146686&lang=es&site=eds-live&scope=site Londoño, E. (2017). Lesson Planning [Video File]. Retrieved from 4. LEARNING STRATEGY Description of the learning strategy: The course Didactics of Mathematics uses the Task-based Language Teaching (TBLT), also known as Task-Based Instruction (TBI), focusing on the use of authentic language and on asking students to do meaningful tasks using the target language. Assessment is primarily based on task outcome (in other words the appropriate completion of real-world tasks) rather than on accuracy of prescribed language forms. The course contains a sequence of activities to consolidate memories for previous efforts, thus resolving the problems provided in a communicative context and strengthening memory for new challenges. Based upon some specific issues to improve the student’s knowledge about the didactics used in Social Sciences, the contents have been organized as follows: Unit 1. Mathematics Education in Latin America and the Caribbean; Unit 2. Research, Practice and Theory in Didactics of Mathematics; Unit 3. Teaching Math to Young Children.
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5. DISTRIBUTION OF ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES FOR THE COURSE Week Contents to Develop Activity to Develop According to the Learning Strategy 1 - 2 Unit 1. Mathematics Education in Latin America and the Caribbean Pre Task - Introduction to Math Step 1: Exploring Explore the environments in the course Step 2: Discussing Discuss the relationship between math and other fields Step 3: Delivery Send on your individual document to the Monitoring and Evaluation Environment 3 - 6 Unit 1. Mathematics Education in Latin America and the Caribbean Task 1 - Presenting Math Practices Step 1: Choosing Choose a country from the reading in Unit 1 and share your choice in the forum Step 2: Summary Summarize the main ideas from the chosen country Step 3: Feedback Give meaningful feedback to at least one of your classmates in the forum Step 4: Presentation Work with your group to present math practices in Latin America through an online magazine.
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