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Part E

Evaluating Connections
  Make a Lesson Plan | Summing Up the Session | Final Journal

 
 

First, gather your entries from this session and reread them, editing your original comments as needed. Highlight the questions that were most provocative or productive for you in thinking about connections. Would you like to add to what you have written? If so, go for it.


Next, reflect on the questions below, and answer one in light of the students and content you teach.


Questions to write and reflect about:
  • Small changes can make big differences. What one change in your classroom could you make to emphasize the connections among mathematical topics in your curriculum? Could you make that change the next time you walk into your classroom, say, tomorrow? Why or why not?
  • Imagine that a video team was to arrive tomorrow to tape your class as a study of connections in the mathematics classroom. What would the video show? What would you be proud of? What might you want to change?
  • In terms of connections, as a teacher, where would you like to be a year from now? How might you get there? How will you know when you're there?
Three ways to write and reflect:
  • Use pen and paper.
  • Use a word processor.
  • Use the form below.
Be sure to save what you have written before you navigate out of the journal section.



journal

Your work will be displayed in a printer-friendly format to enable you to print.

Thanks for writing in your journal. Please print this last entry and add it to those for Journals 1-4.


As a final self-evaluation, you may now review the pretest that you completed at the end of Session 1, the introductory session. Congratulations -- you've now completed the session as well as the entire Teaching Math, K-2, course.

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