Association of Teachers of Mathematics in Maine
  • 25 Nov 2020 9:44 PM | Anonymous member

    In the chapter there are 4 challenges associated with anticipating student responses. What is the biggest challenge you are facing with anticipating student responses?


    Challenges associated with the practice of anticipating students’ responses.

    • Keeping the entire class engaged and accountable during individual presentations

    • Ensuring key mathematical ideas are made public and remain the focus

    • Making sure that you do not take over the discussion and do the explaining

    • Running out of time

  • 12 Nov 2020 11:10 AM | Anonymous member

    In the chapter there are 5 challenges associated with selecting and sequencing. What is the biggest challenge you are facing with selecting and sequencing student responses?


    Challenges associated with the practice of anticipating students’ responses.

    • Selecting only solutions that are most relevant to learning goals

    • Expanding beyond the usual student presenters.

    • Deciding what work to share when the majority of students were not able to solve the task and your initial goal no longer seems attainable.

    • Moving forward when a key strategy is not produced by students.

    • Determining how to sequence incorrect and/or incomplete solutions

  • 29 Oct 2020 10:26 AM | Anonymous member

    In the chapter there are 3 challenges associated with anticipating student responses. What is the biggest challenge you are facing with anticipating student responses?


    Challenges associated with the practice of monitoring.

    • Trying to understand what students are thinking

    • Keeping track of group progress - which groups you visited and what you left them to work on

    • Involving all members of a group

  • 15 Oct 2020 9:51 PM | Anonymous member

    In the chapter there are 3 challenges associated with anticipating student responses. What is the biggest challenge you are facing with anticipating student responses?


    Challenges associated with the practice of anticipating students’ responses.

    • Moving beyond the way you solve a problem

    • Being prepared to help students who cannot get started on a task

    • Creating questions that move students toward the mathematical goal

  • 01 Oct 2020 6:08 PM | Anonymous member

    In chapter 2, there are 4 challenges associated with setting goals and selecting tasks.  What is a challenge you are facing with setting goals and selecting tasks.


    • Identifying Learning Goals

    • Identifying a doing-mathematics task

    • Ensuring alignment between tasks and goals

    • Launching a task to ensure student access.


  • 01 Oct 2020 5:15 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    What are you hoping to learn from reading this book?

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