The ELC students invited their parents to come and play math games with them. Wonderful.
Using chart paper to document student learning! This allows teachers to use one piece of student learning to inform their instruction. It also allows teachers to document student progress over time and make instructional changes to support student growth.
A good rich math problem allows wonderful opportunity to gather evidence of student thinking. Teachers use the student work to inform their instruction.
Good math problem = rich student data
Listening to students share their thinking about multiplication. It is wonderful to see all their different thinking and strategies.
Teachers leading a number talk in grade 3 about how to work through a math problem. Providing students lots of opportunity to problem solve and teaching them how to problem solve is essential to developing mathematicians.