# KCASFTU

Math Forum Problems Login. Three_act_task_rubric. My Three Acts of a Real World Math Problem. Dan Meyer, an inspirational writer, speaker and teacher (whom I met at the Siemens STEM Institute), is helping math teachers across the country stimulate the curious minds of our students.

Meyer proposes that teaching mathematics should be like having your students watch a movie. In a typical movie, there are three acts. Act One engages the audience. Act Two is when the conflict surfaces and the plot develops. Act Three is when the conflict is resolved and a sequel is expected. Today I was at the gas station, filling up my tank to go home for the holidays, when I noticed that it was taking an unusual amount of time to fill up my tank. Below you will find my Three Acts of a real world math problem. Act One Ask your students, "What questions do you have after watching the video? " Possible questions that the students could ask: How long will it take to fill the tank from start to finish?

What resources will your students need before they can resolve their conflict? Answer: 13 min. 52 sec. Mixing in Math. Go Green with Mixing in Math for Earth Day or any day!

Use these activities for children's programs, family events, displays, and handouts. Click here to download the file. MiM News MiM Activity Book, Card, Dice, and Board Games in Spanish! MiM Activity Book reviewed! Lucky Tens and other dice games awarded 2013 Product of the Year by Creative Child Magazine. Nzmaths. Tasks, Units & Student Work - Common Core Library. Keywords (optional) Enter keywords (e.g., K.OA.3, informational text, arguments, quadratic equations, etc.)

Grade (select at least one) PALM: Tasks. 46OverviewTeachLearn. NRICH enriching mathematics. Estimation 180 - Home. Asking students to choose their own path and justify it. Mathalicious. 101questions. Visualpatterns. 180 Days of Math at Mesa. Finding Ways to Nguyen Students Over. We provide teachers and students with mathematics relevant to our world todayGraphing Stories - 15 seconds at a time. Dan Meyer's Three-Act Math Tasks. Questioning My Metacognition. The Recovering Traditionalist. The other day I had one of the best days I’ve had in a long time out in the schools.

After watching Dan Meyer’s Webinar about the 3 Act Math Tasks (if you don’t know what 3 Act Math is, stop reading and watch the webinar…seriously…it is worth the 30 minutes) and then reading everything I could on Dan’s blog as well as many others, I created two of my own 3 Act Math Tasks. I tested them out yesterday plus I also used Graham Fletcher’s Lil’ Sister task. Here is the breakdown of what I did. 5th Grade 3 Act Math Task: Cheese Balls (This was my favorite!!! What is the first question that comes to mind? Gotta say I LOVE the 3 Act Handout…it really helped the kids organize their thoughts throughout the task.

" - Stephen Covey Our goals for today are to gain a better understanding of performance task assessments (PTAs), to plan and design a performance task assessment, to evaluate the performance task assessment, and to plan and design the instruction that goes along with the performance task assessment. The "big picture" for today's activities is to provide you with purposeful activities and products that you will be able to use in your classrooms immediately and to equip you with a process that can be used for future planning. We hope you will find that, in creating performance task assessments aligned with the CCSS/ES, you will begin to reshape both your assessment strategies and your instructional strategies in a manner aligned with the intent of the new course of study. Please use this site as needed today and in the future, not necessarily as a mandatory guide but as a tool for facilitating the work of your PLC as you create PTAs.

Mathematics Centre: ... A world of alternatives to text-based learning. K8 Content Standards. 3b-support. Burkhardt_09_fig3. Principles-for-math. Task Library. Standards for Mathematical Practice. "Does this make sense?

" Mathematically proficient students start by explaining to themselves the meaning of a problem and looking for entry points to its solution. They analyze givens, constraints, relationships, and goals. They make conjectures about the form and meaning of the solution and plan a solution pathway rather than simply jumping into a solution attempt. They consider analogous problems, and try special cases and simpler forms of the original problem in order to gain insight into its solution.

They monitor and evaluate their progress and change course if necessary. Older students might, depending on the context of the problem, transform algebraic expressions or change the viewing window on their graphing calculator to get the information they need. 2014-15 Implementation - SFUSD Mathematics. Real World Math: Home. Robert Kaplinsky - Glenrock Consulting.

It doesn't HAVE to be boring… Great Tasks: Infinity Pizza. Connie Schrock and I recently presented a webinar on Great Tasks: What is a “great task”?

How is a great task used effectively in the classroom? Published by the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM) with support from Texas Instruments, NCSM Great Tasks for Mathematics 6-12 provides opportunities for students to explore meaningful mathematics by challenging their thinking about essential concepts and ideas. Explore tasks that are aligned to the Common Core content standards, with special attention given to the Common Core Mathematical Practices. Classroom Video Clip — UCLA Center X.

Video clips of classroom instruction used to support team members as we plan, observe, and refine investigations.

As part of our plan, we agreed to collaborate to analyze teaching and learning strategies in order to design mathematical investigations. In addition to biweekly meetings that explore the best ways to implement teaching strategies, we also worked together as peer coaches to support both positive and constructive teaching strategies in order to examine our own teaching in depth within the context of student learning. Below are samples of unedited classroom instruction of each of the TIIP team members; 2nd grade Sandy Laner In this clip, Mrs.