Grade 9-12 Breakout



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Facilitators:
Robin McAteer : robin.mcateer@ocdsb.ca
Karen Timson : ktimson@rogers.com

We Noticed, We Wondered....
Pictures of our Learning
Book References :
A Focus on Fractions: Bringing Research to the Classroom by Marjorie M.Petit, Robert E. Laird, Edwin L.Marsden
Extending Children's Mathematics Fractions and Decimals, Innovations in Cognitively Guided Instruction by Susan B. Empson and Linda Levi

Ministry Resources: Edugains - Gap Closing Resources - CLIPS and ePractice
Key Ideas and Success Criteria (from Learning Wall)


Light Bulbs and Puzzle Pieces





Breakout
Powerpoint
Match Template
Handouts / Links
1: Meanings and Representations Focus


http://www.101qs.com/
Annie Fetter:Notice and Wonder http://www.screencast.com/t/dApzpmmZ
Did You Know: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jp_oyHY5bug
Notice and Wonder Worksheet:

One Pager: Fraction Meanings
2: Misconceptions / Gap Closing Focus


Driving Video (Miles Per Hour)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qhm7-LEBznk
Gap Closing Links: Math Gains CLIPS and e-practice
Curriculum Connections Worksheet:
Common Misconceptions Questions:
Slope Fraction Meanings (with Answers)
3: LD Focus


TIPS Lessons Used





Foldbales handout:

Link to Foldables Book:
4a: Listening and Questionning Focus


Jerry Sienfield Video
Math Talk Learning Community Research Synopsis
Activity: Student Copy, Teacher Copy, Anchor Chart

4b: Feedback Focus


Feedback Videos:
Dancing With The Stars, American Idol
Types of Feedback Handout

Ten Ways to Assess Handout

Student WorkSamples
Question 1:

Question 2
Question 3
Question 4
5: Learning Wall / Portfolio Focus


Mr. D Video
Learning Wall Features (handout)
Learning Wall Sample (from Shelley)

Teacher Rob: Evernote Portolios Blog
Robin's Sample Grade 7-9 Evernote Portfolio Sample
David's Sample: Prezi Portfolio Sample
CLIPS and ePractice
6: Number Line Focus


Curriculum Expectations
NumberLine Graphing Activity
NumberLinesandGraphs
7a: K-12 Focus
Gallery Walk


7b: Consolidation Focus






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