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Number Corner calendar/grid patterns counting estimation probability place value measurement money data A short, daily, skill-building program designed to introduce, reinforce, and extend mathematical concepts regarding:

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Investigations Students will understand the fundamental concepts of: number and operations geometry data measurement early algebra

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Math Workshop A typical math workshop includes: Opening Work Period Closing example

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Math Workshop Example Work Period: “Toss the Chips” Students toss a fixed number of counters and then find the different combinations of that fixed number.

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Assessment (in addition to concepts assessed from Investigations curriculum) Kathy Richardson – Mathematical Perspectives Beginning of Year Counting Objects Counting Out a Particular Quantity One More/One Less

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Assessment (in addition to concepts assessed from Investigations curriculum) Kathy Richardson – Mathematical Perspectives End of Year Changing Numbers

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Math Notebooks Most work created by a student will be recorded in a math notebook. This notebook will remain in the classroom in order to review, and expand upon, mathematical concepts throughout the year.

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Math Homework After the first six-weeks grading period weekly homework will begin. The homework should review concepts learned from the previous week.

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5E Instructional Model The 5E model is a learning cycle, or sequence, that enables students to build their own understanding from experiences and new ideas.

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5E Instructional Model The 5 stages are: Engage Explore Explain Elaborate Evaluate

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5E Instructional Model Engage: Raise curiosity and access prior knowledge

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5E Instructional Model Explore: Hands on lab activities designed to encourage the generating of questions and possibilities.

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5E Instructional Model Explain: Students communicate what they have learned and share ideas with each other.

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5E Instructional Model Elaborate: Students expand on what they have learned, make connections, and apply their understanding through additional activities.

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5E Instructional Model Evaluate: Assess how much student learning and understanding has taken place.

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5E Instructional Model Frequently not all 5 phases are completed in one day. The student directed pace usually expands a lesson chronologically, but it also increases understanding.

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Science Notebooks Most work created from the 5E model is recorded in a science notebook. This notebook will remain in the classroom in order to review, and expand upon, scientific concepts throughout the year.

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Science Fair The district’s science fair is conducted in the spring. Whole classroom projects are entered, and they can all be viewed at a central location within the district.

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