Association of Teachers of Mathematics Of Philadelphia And Vicinity (ATMOPAV) Fall Conference, Wallingford, PennsylvaniaOctober 27, 2012

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 Becoming Better Reasoners: Supporting Students to Develop as Problem Solvers Max Ray, the Math Forum 8:30 - 10:00 Session 4 Grades 6-12 Max Description: How do we move students along the continuum from novice to expert problem solvers? We'll look at key strategies such as Solve a Simpler Problem, Look at Cases, Make a Table, and Make a Model, exploring what it means to get better at each strategy. We will solve problems together, reflect on our work, and look at student work along the continuum. Moving Beyond the Right Answer: Developing Students' Math Communication Skills Suzanne Alejandre, the Math Forum, Philadelphia, PA Erin Igo, McCullough Middle School, Colonial, DE 9:00 - 10:00 Session 7 Grades 3 - 8 Suzanne Erin Description: The Math Forum's rubric emphasizes a combination of problem solving and strong mathematical communication. We'll share stories from online and classroom exchanges illustrating how we help students develop these skills. "Noticing and Wondering" as a Vehicle to Understanding the Problem Annie Fetter, the Math Forum Valerie Klein, the Math Forum 10:30 - 12:00 Session 10 Grades K - 5 Annie Valerie Description: Good problem solvers automatically generate lists of ideas about any given mathematical situation. Asking all students to "notice" and "wonder" helps develop students' abilities to generate mathematical ideas.

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