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Powerful Problem Solving, Part A for K-3 and 4-12

Friday, October 4
Gibraltar Area Schools
    Suzanne Alejandre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Participants will use the activities listed below as a guide to learn more about the Math Forum's Problems of the Week and approach to problem solving and communication. The session will be self-guided with the expectation that participants will find a balance between individual exploration and peer discussions about what they each have noticed and wondered about the resources and ideas. This Handout: Part A will be provided in their session materials.

Suggested time frame for each of the three parts:
    30 minutes: individual exploration
    15 minutes: peer discussion
    5 minutes: record some questions

Part 1 - Explore the Problems of the Week
go to http://mathforum.org/
look near the center of the page for the
after clicking on that button, enter your login as prompted.
 
explore the three areas, including
    Current Problems
    Problems of the Week Library
    Write Math with the Math Forum
 
These orientation pages may be helpful: http://mathforum.org/pd/pow_os/
 
Peer Discussion 1: What do you notice? What do you wonder?
 
Part 2 - Explore the Math Forum's Blogs/Videos (choose appropriate level)
Elementary Mathematical Practices
Annie's September 9 Post: Noticing and Wondering in Elementary School
Suzanne's September 15 Post: Noticing and Wondering in Middle School
Max's August 28th Post: Noticing and Wondering in High School
 
Classroom Videos
 
Peer Discussion 2: What do you notice? What do you wonder?
 
Part 3 - Explore the Math Forum's articles focused on Problem Solving and Communication
Problem Solving Articles
 
Peer Discussion 3: What do you notice? What do you wonder?
 

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