objects on similar characteristics and sequencing determining the correct order in which numbers are placed. Collaborative learning would benefit CH1 for it involves working in groups or teams to solve a problem or complete a task. This would be of benefit for the educator or teacher could group students at different levels which would allow students to scaffold each other to complete a task where it would normally be impossible to complete thetask on their own. 7
MATHEMATICS IN PRACTICE Peer review formStudent:Peer Reviewer: REVIEWER: Through your documenting it was clear that you had a good understanding of bishops catorgies, this was evident through your running record and your analysis. The next section was in-depth and clearly gave reasons why you chose the extension experience. My suggestion to help strengthen the essay would be to discuss the benefits of collaborative and scaffold learning.STUDENT:Provide a short personal reflection in response to the feedback below, including at least one aspect that you have implemented into your assignment. 8
MATHEMATICS IN PRACTICE This assessment was a fun one to do. It really showed me how to observe and the importance of observing students through math’s development. I have added the suggestionfrom Belinda to add information about the benefits of collaboration and scaffolding.References9
MATHEMATICS IN PRACTICE Bishop, A. J. (1988).Mathematical enculturation.Dordrecht: KluwerDepartment of Education Employment and Workplace Relations for the Council of Australian Governments [DEEWR]. (2009). Belonging, being and becoming: The early years learning framework for Australia. Retrieved from -frameworkMacmillan, A. (2009). Numeracy in early childhood: Shared contexts for teaching and learning. Melbourne, Victoria: Oxford University Press.10
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