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Yasuo Fujimoto

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Registered: 12/6/04
TEAM TEACHING
Posted: Dec 18, 1997 4:44 PM
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Hello,I'm a Japanese elementary school teacher. Our school introduced
team teaching to math this year. 3rd grade and 4th grade only. 3rd and 4th
amount 8classrooms.
Monday Tuesday 3rd, Wednesday Thursday Friday 4th PRACTICE TT.
3rd and 4th have math class 5 times per week. I relate 8 regular
teachers.
It's very hard. So I think planning is Key of TT . I'm suggesting
school policy of TT.

1,TT is the effective method of correspondent to individual
difference.
<achievement, pace, solving problem>
2,Grouping the teachers promote the make students who experiment
joyful to solving, joyful to device, joyful to contributions.
3,Mainly progress to the solving problem for student to grow up
thinking, judgment, expressions.
Correspondent to problem solving skill, correspondent to student's
ability.

Both is very important. Divide math class propse to problem sloving
skill, student's ability suitable to math subject.
Require, propose both all math subjects. Which is better?
I think solving problem is important math. Fundamental scholastic
ability is important, too.
How about do you think? My English is primtive and any mistakes
sorry.





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