2.3 – Number Sense Strategies
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williamcorrtezParticipantNovember 9, 2022 at 9:37 am #2392
One of the strategies that I use most is group work, students like to share ideas and develop tasks in classes with their classmates. I also like to ask those faster students to do their homework that are guardians of those who require help, that way they feel useful in the classroom and can use their remaining time in helping others.
Another thing that I like to do a lot is to ask other teachers to be able to do work in sets where students must integrate different skills, both in mathematics with science, mathematics with arts, mathematics with language, etc. It is a concrete way to show students that mathematics serve in everyday life and that they are not just a set of abstract ideas. 
williamcorrtezParticipantNovember 9, 2022 at 9:40 am #2393
I learn that my students are capable of helping each other, that they are supportive of each other, that they have different learning rhythms and that I must give everyone space to shine. I learn that I can work with my colleagues and show students how to do collaborative work. I learn that mathematics is not only taught through numerical expressions, but can be through art, literature, science, music, etc.

williwoodzParticipantMarch 25, 2023 at 7:49 am #3169
I have used financial community and the kids really take it seriously and are very motivated when figuring out their “money”. I have also noticed that using a notice and wonder strategy is a great warm up and primes the pump. Manipulatives and math talk allow greater understanding.

marialignosParticipantJuly 8, 2023 at 3:30 pm #3872
When school starts I will incorporate, as bell work, a none math question whose answer will be either never, sometimes, or always. Then segue that into the math lesson. I will also start using math talk in our morning greet and chat time.

tammy.metzParticipantJuly 27, 2023 at 12:07 pm #3913
When school starts I will incorporate the exploding dots site and math review questions as bellwork to keep students mentally engaged in math concepts past and present. I believe this will help keep math skills fresh.

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