From: Jan Robinson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jul 15 2004 - 00:00:17 EDT
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Karen, Brenda and all,
I just wanted you both to know that if I can be of any help to you while
you are going through the workshops, please let me know. I am currently
back in the classroom and have 6th, 7th and 8th graders and I am
constantly learning from them about the way they see, think and do
mathematics. I strongly believe the only way we get better at teaching
is by reflecting on what we do and by gathering evidence about what our
students are learning.
I would love to hear from you as you try the lessons with your children.
The Missing Link
On Wednesday, July 14, 2004, at 08:33 AM, Karen Garbenis wrote:
> hi Brenda i am also just starting this workshop.
> currently i am homeschooling my son who has a learning
> disability in math and processing and in the past
> have worked in special ed. I agree it can be
> frustrating getting in the higher order skills. i
> have gone to making everything as real life as
> possible so he can see why the material is important.
> i am looking forward to sharing thoughts with others
> and learning some new ideas. have a great day. karen
> --- Brenda Athens <BrendaAthens@new.rr.com> wrote:
>> I am just beginning the workshop and would welcome
>> the opportunity to discuss it with others. I teach
>> students with learning disabilities, mainly math and
>> language arts. While watching the first video, I
>> was relieved to hear the Master Teacher's assurance
>> that all students can learn using the launch,
>> explore, summary type lesson plan. I struggle with
>> getting higher order mathematical thinking skills
>> into my curriculum, and then convincing my students
>> that they can indeed learn them. If I can
>> bring-coax-lead them to discovering these concepts
>> on their own, the students' learning as well as
>> their confidence will be enhanced. I'm looking
>> forward to the rest of the videos.
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