By choosing and sequencing productive arrays of numbers for problems, you can-meet the needs and strengths of individual learners with accessible, equitable, and differentiated math; address multiple content and practice standards; create rich, worthwhile tasks with multiple entry points; provide opportunities for students to vary their strategies and use the properties of operations; shift students' focus from merely calculating answers to examining number relationships; assess students' abilities and monitor their understanding.Choosing numbers that are "just right" is hard, but Transforming the Task with Number Choice supports and guides you by offering-strategies for aligning problem-solving tasks with students' skills to build their understanding; examples of and strategies for using number choice to address a variety of Common Core (or other) content and practice standards; samples of work illustrating how students respond to different number choices; advice on how to focus on number choice within curricular materialstools for getting started and assessing students' work, including downloadable
Publisher: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics,U.S.
Number of pages: 110
Weight: 525 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
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