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Debbie Diller brings the world of math stations to life, demonstrating how you too can effectively incorporate math stations into your instruction to enhance your students’ conceptual understanding and skills.
Debbie works with both 1st and 2nd grade teachers and students, demonstrating how to: find the time and space for math stations organize and manage manipulatives move from whole-group lessons to stations work foster all-important math talk and much more.
Both the larger purpose of math stations – how they connect big ideas to meaningful independent practice – and the detailed nuts and bolts of creating and implementing stations in the math classroom are explored in this video.
Fox Creek Elementary School students participated in the Siemen's "We Can Change the World" contest. This is a video about the project based learning associated with this project. The second video explains the concept of "project-based learning."
Today most math instruction focuses on understanding math concepts through the use of hands-on activities, manipulatives, real life applications, and “how to” essays
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