20 August, 2010
Volume 15 No. 34
 

In This Issue

Lesson Plans by the Chicago Lesson Study Group

Math Place

dy/dan

 

Online PD

PoW Class Membership: ... Effective Implementation

The Math Forum's Problem Solving Process

Teaching Math with the Problems of the Week

Differentiated Math Instruction: Using Rich Problems to Reach All Learners

Problem Solving in Geometry and Measurement, Course 1

Problem Solving in Geometry and Measurement, Course 2

Moving Students from Arithmetic to Algebra

Problem Solving Strategies

 

Free Online
Opportunities

Using Technology and Problem Solving to Build Algebraic Reasoning

For PA teachers preparing for the Praxis II:
Moving to Mathematics, a series of online courses

 

Lesson Plans by the Chicago Lesson Study Group

http://www.lessonstudygroup.net/lg/lesson_plans_table.php?clsg=1

This Lesson Plan Library organizes dozens of math lessons and units for grades 3-9, all aligned to the Common Core Standards.

The Chicago Lesson Study Group invites teachers to rate and comment on these resources; and to join its forum to learn about, and practice, lesson study as a way to steadily improve student learning.

For more about Chicago Lesson Study Group and its activities, visit

http://www.lessonstudygroup.net/


Math Place

http://mathplace.net/

Math teacher and researcher Tom O'Brien offers resources and activities through this site, with planned updates each month to add more materials. These include books published by the UK's Association of Teachers of Mathematics--some out of print --now downloadable and available for purchase. Excerpts from the e-books are available free, as well as three articles by O'Brien and colleagues. O'Brien recommends software as well, some of which is available free of charge.


dy/dan

http://blog.mrmeyer.com/

Dan Meyer writes this blog about mathematics learning and teaching, with entries categorized in such topics as:

  • assessment
  • classroom management
  • design (digital instruction, digital storytelling, information design, presentation, redesigned)
  • lessons
  • new teacher lab
  • series (design for educators, dy/av, how I work, how to present, what can you do with this?)
  • show and tell
  • tech contrarianism
  • tech enthusiasm

Just this week, Meyer released two series of classroom supplements, containing Keynote, PowerPoint, PDF, and handouts files for each of thirty-nine weeks:

Algebra

http://algebra.mrmeyer.com/

Geometry

http://geometry.mrmeyer.com

 

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