Field Experience Guide for Elementary and Middle School Mathematics : Teaching Developmentally

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  • Edition: 7th
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 2010-01-01
  • Publisher: PEARSON

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TheField Experience Guide,a supplement toElementary and Middle School Mathematics,is for observation, practicum, and student teaching experiences at the elementary and middle school levels. The guidebook contains three parts: Part I provides tasks for preservice teachers to do in the field; Part II provides three types of activities: Expanded Lessons, Mathematics Activities, and Balanced Assessment Tasks. Part III of this guide contains a full set of reproducible Blackline Masters referenced in the 7th edition ofElementary and Middle School Mathematicsas well as additional Blackline Masters for use with the Expanded Lessons in Part II. We hope this Field Experience Guide Connections section will help you better integrate information from the text with your work in schools.

Table of Contents

Part II Resources Organized by Contentp. vii
NCATE Standardsp. ix
Design of Field Experience Guidep. x
Menu of Field Experiencesp. 1
Field Experience Cover Sheetp. 2
Field Experience Activity Logp. 3
Professional and Pedagogical Knowledge: Classroom Environmentp. 4
Standards Alignment 4 o Rubricp. 5
Observation: Physical Environmentp. 6
Observation: NCTM Professional Teaching Standardsp. 7
Teacher Interview: An Environment for Learningp. 8
Student Interview: Attitudes and Environmentp. 9
Teaching: Establishing Your Environmentp. 10
Project: Assessing School Environmentp. 12
Professional and Pedagogical Knowledge: Planningp. 13
Standards Alignment 13 o Rubricp. 14
Teacher Interview: Selecting Goals and Objectivesp. 15
Observation: Evidence of Higher-Level Thinkingp. 16
Teaching: Mathematics Task Analysisp. 17
Teaching: Worthwhile Task Evaluationp. 18
Teaching: Planning a Problem-Based Lessonp. 19
Teaching: Using Children's Literature in Math Teachingp. 21
Content Knowledgep. 23
Standards Alignment 23 o Rubricp. 25
Observation: Conceptual and Procedural Knowledgep. 26
Observation: Mathematical Proficiencyp. 27
Teacher Interview: Selecting a Worthwhile Taskp. 28
Student Interview: Conceptual and Procedural Knowledgep. 29
Teaching: Create a Web of Ideasp. 31
Teaching: Design (and Teach) a Lessonp. 32
Reflection: Student Understandingp. 33
Pedagogical Content Knowledge: Instructionp. 34
Standards Alignment 34 o Rubricp. 35
Observation: The Process Standardsp. 36
Observation: Classroom Discoursep. 38
Observation: Cooperative Groupsp. 39
Teacher Interview: Teaching for Understandingp. 41
Student Interview: Learning Mathematics Developmentallyp. 42
Teaching: Teaching a Small Groupp. 43
Teaching: Teaching a Standards-Based Lessonp. 44
Reflection: Reflecting on Teaching and Learningp. 45
Feedback on Teachingp. 46
Pedagogical Content Knowledge: Technologyp. 47
Standards Alignment 47 o Rubricp. 48
Project: Learning Onlinep. 49
Project: Evaluating Mathematics Software or Websitesp. 50
Teaching: Using the Calculator to Support Learningp. 51
Teaching: Develop a Calculator Learning Centerp. 52
Reflection: Reactions to Learning with Technologyp. 54
Dispositionsp. 55
Standards Alignment 55 o Rubricp. 56
Teacher Interview: Communicating with Parentsp. 57
Parent Interview: What Is Important to You?p. 59
Teaching: Prepare a Family Math Take-Home Activityp. 60
Reflection: Professional Growthp. 61
Student Learningp. 62
Standards Alignment 62 o Rubricp. 63
Classroom Observation: Assessing to Inform Instructionp. 64
Diagnostic Interview: Assessing for Understandingp. 65
Student Observation and Interview: Learning Through Problemsp. 69
Teaching: Assessing Student Understanding with Rubricsp. 70
Teaching: Creating and Using Rubricsp. 71
Teaching: Using Anecdotal Notes to Assess Studentsp. 72
Teaching: Using a Checklist to Assess Studentsp. 74
Diversityp. 76
Standards Alignment 76 o Rubricp. 77
Observation: One Child's Experiencep. 78
Teacher Interview: Student Diversityp. 80
Teacher Interview: Environment and Studentsp. 81
Teaching: Lesson Adaptationsp. 82
Teaching: Sheltering a Lesson for English Language Learnersp. 84
Reflection: Meeting the Needs of Individualsp. 86
Resources for Teachingp. 89
Expanded Lessonsp. 91
Exploring Subtraction Strategiesp. 93
Close, Far, and in Betweenp. 95
Two More Than/ Two Less Thanp. 97
Learning about Divisionp. 99
Estimating Groups of Tens and Onesp. 101
Dot-Paper Equivalencesp. 103
Multiplication of Fractionsp. 105
Friendly Fractions to Decimalsp. 107
Division of Fractions Using the Partition Conceptp. 109
How Close Is Close?p. 111
Comparing Ratiosp. 113
One Up and One Down 115iv
Predict How Manyp. 117
Create a Journey Storyp. 119
Crooked Pathsp. 121
Fixed Areasp. 123
Shape Sortsp. 125
Diagonal Stripsp. 127
Triangle Midsegmentsp. 129
Using Data to Answer a Questionp. 131
Create a Gamep. 133
Bar Graphs to Circle Graphsp. 135
Testing Bag Designsp. 137
Toying with Measuresp. 139
Mathematics Activitiesp. 141
The Find!p. 143
Odd or Even?p. 145
Factor Questp. 147
Interferencep. 149
Target Numberp. 151
Fraction Findp. 153
Illustrating Ratiosp. 155
Building Bridgesp. 157
Compensation Decisionp. 159
Solving the Mysteryp. 161
Cover Allp. 163
Balanced Assessment Activitiesp. 165
Magic Age Ringsp. 167
Grocery Storep. 171
Bolts and Nuts!p. 174
Blackline Mastersp. 179
Suggestions for Use and Construction of Materialsp. 179
More-or-Less Cardsp. 181
Number Cardsp. 182
Dot Cards 3-8p. 183
Five-Framep. 189
Ten-Framep. 190
Double Ten-Framep. 191
10 10 Multiplication Arrayp. 192
Missing-Part Worksheetp. 193
Base-Ten Materials Gridp. 194
Little Ten-Frames 15-16p. 195
Place-Value Mat (with Ten-Frames)p. 197
Base-Ten Grid Paperp. 198
Addition and Subtraction Recording Chartsp. 199
Multiplication and Division Recording Chartsp. 200
Blank Hundreds Chart (10 10 Square)p. 201
Hundreds Chartp. 202
Four Small Hundreds Chartsp. 203
Circular Fraction Pieces 24-26p. 204
10 10 Gridsp. 207
Rational Number Wheelp. 208
10,000 Gridp. 209
Look-Alike Rectanglesp. 210
Look-Alike Rectangles Recording Sheetp. 211
Degrees and Wedgesp. 212
Clock Facesp. 213
2-cm Square Gridp. 214
1-cm Square Gridp. 215
0.5-cm Square Gridp. 216
1-cm Square Dot Gridp. 217
2-cm Isometric Gridp. 218
1-cm Isometric Dot Gridp. 219
1-cm Square/Diagonal Gridp. 220
Assorted Shapes 42-47p. 221
Coordinate Gridp. 228
Geoboard Patternp. 229
Geoboard Recording Sheetsp. 230
Tangrams and Mosaic Puzzlep. 231
Motion Man 54-53p. 232
Property Lists for Quadrilaterals 54-57p. 234
Assorted Trianglesp. 238
Woozle Cardsp. 239
Design a Bagp. 240
What Are the Chances?p. 241
at Collectionsp. 242
2 More Thanp. 243
2 Less Thanp. 244
How Long?p. 245
Fraction Namesp. 246
Solving Problems Involving Fractionsp. 247
It's a Matter of Ratesp. 248
Predict How Many 69-70p. 249
Create a Journey Storyp. 251
Crooked Pathsp. 252
Rectangles Made with 36 Tilesp. 253
Fixed Area Recording Sheetp. 254
Properties of Quadrilateral Diagonalsp. 255
Toy Purchasesp. 256
Toying with Measuresp. 257
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