AGE 3-6 Care of Self, Others, the Environment
Part 1: Math Methodology: Instruction
Needed, a line about one inch wide on the floor of the classroom. A tray close by the line with a variety of objects for the children to walk on the line with. Demonstrate first with just walking on the line, heel to toe and heads held up with hands at your side. Children can then carry a bell, a cup with water, a spoon with a ball or marble on it, a bean bag on their head, etc.
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In step 2 of the Sewing exercises, children continue with up and down movements using a piece of fabric that is placed between an embroidery hoop. A button is chosen to be sewed onto the piece of fabric they chose with up and down movements. I still use pre-threaded needles with embroidery thread in this step.
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Sometimes personal strategies for problem solving work better than algorithms. Students who use them demonstrate conceptual understanding, as the YouTube Video, , illustrates.
Positive attitudes and perceptions about learning
According to Strong et al. (2004), testing practices should also aim tomeasure knowledge in all four dimensions. Teachers should be aware thattexts and their accompanying tests, however, tend to emphasize only the masteryand understanding styles of learning. To differentiate instruction, teachers can:
Acquiring and integrating knowledge
For a humorous take on the importance of developing conceptual understanding, watch the YouTube Video, --they prove to you that 25 divided by 5 is 14!