Deanna Marcelli
Math Class
Professor Nancy Starke
April 18th, 2013
Number Talk Reflection #1
While my students were reviewing for a basic test that the teacher was giving
them, a lot of the students had trouble subtracting in the 100s place value. So I re
Deanna Marcelli
Math Class
Professor Starke
February 20, 2013
Reflection on Sorting
Last Thursday in class, Kelsey and I were working on sorting materials girl use
through out the day or girl materials that boys usually do not use. While we broke up all
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Deanna Marcelli
Math Reflection
Professor Nancy Starke
March 27th, 2013
Math Reflection On Readings
In these five different articles that we had to read this week basically all of them
were very hard to believe that children think the way they do. I guess
Deanna Marcelli
Math Reflection
Professor Nancy Starke
April 11th, 2013
Math Reflection- Measurements
In the article, Understanding Linear Measure: Push your instruction beyond
procedures: Enhance student tasks and offer better opportunities to develop co
Deanna Marcelli
EED 323
Professor Starke
January 30th, 2013
Reflection #2 Videos and Readings
These videos and readings really opened my understanding of mathematics up.
Not in the sense of understanding the math, but understanding the way children think
Deanna Marcelli
Math EED 323
Nancy Starke
January 24, 2013
When it comes to teaching mathematics at the primary level, I realized that as a
teacher I need to have the answers to the, why? questions that the students will be
asking. Even if students do not
Math Lesson Planning Template
Modified P.Tinto & B.Cohen 2012
This lesson-planning template is designed to help you develop skills and attitudes about thoughtful, inclusive lesson
design. Therefore, we expect a great amount of detail as evidence of your t
Deanna Marcelli
EED 323
Autobiography
My Life With Math
Throughout my life in school using mathematics was always hard for me. I took
math all four years of my high school career and each year I had a tutor. I realized
coming into high school math was not
Deanna Marcelli
Math Class
February 12th, 2013
Page 30 Questions 1-6
1. I find rote counting the most useful for me because I use it the most without even
realizing that I do. It is used to find simple answers to problems just by counting
out the numbers,
Deanna Marcelli
EED 323
Professor Nancy Starke
Emerging Theory Paper
Emerging Theory- End of Semester Paper
This past semester I always thought teaching math to young children was a no
brainer and that anyone could take charge and do it. By the end of the