Educ 475 Lesson #6
Assessment II
Readings
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Problem Solving Log
Students in a marching band want to line up for their performance. The
problem is that when they line up in 2s there i

Educ 475 Lesson #6
Summary
Lesson Summary
Assessment and evaluation are different things. While assessment can best
be thought of as the gathering of information (potentially for reporting out),
evaluation is best thought of as the gathering of marks (onl

Educ 475 Lesson #5
Time and IRP's
Lesson Summary
Time: Time flies like an arrow, but fruit flies like a banana. At first glance
the old analog method for telling time seems a little rickety in comparison to
the new fangled digital clocks. Why do we still

Educ 475 Lesson #4
Basic Operations
Lesson Summary
A great portion of the elementary school curriculum is consumed with the
teaching of the basic operations. Endless class time and long hours of
homework are devoted to ensuring that students develop fluen

Educ 475 Lesson #3
Four Components to Good Mathematics Teaching and the Basic Operations
Lesson Summary
There are four components of good mathematics teaching: mathematical,
psychological, didactical, and pedagogical. The first of these
mathematical requ

Educ 475 Lesson #2
Number Games
Lesson Summary
This lesson wasnt about number games. It was really about numbers and
games. Although they were treated together these are two distinct elements.
The first element number deals with the different roles that n

Educ 475 Lesson #1
Place Value
Lesson Summary Part #1
The numeration system we use is a base-10 system that is constructed on the
Hindu-Arabic symbol system. However, it is usually referred to as a decimal
(deci ten) system. Why base-10? We have 10 finger