Effective Communication in Mathematics. Fostering a Classroom Climate for Questioning -teacher to student -student to students -student to teacher.

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Effective Communication in Mathematics

Fostering a Classroom Climate for Questioning -teacher to student -student to students -student to teacher

Learning Together we Accomplish More

Gallery Walk Math Congress Bansho

A line passes through 2 of these points. What could the equation of the line be? Open Task

Four friends want to share the three chocolate bars below. How might they share so that everyone gets the same amount?

Situation 1: Which group has more girls in it? Why do you think this? Situation 2: Shelley has two dogs, Ollie and Molly. When she brought them home as puppies, Ollie weighted 3 kg and Molly weighed 4 kg. Now, Ollie weights 6 kg and Molly weighs 7 kg. Who grew more? Why do you think this? Ollie Molly

Consolidation of the lesson helps students connect new learning

A mathematics learning community provids opportunities for students to share their thinking

Strategy Walls for students to access information

Help students explore and make sense of the patterns and relationships between the 5 strands in mathematics