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Conceptually-based teaching

Physical knowledge

Spatial-temporal knowledge

Logical-mathematical knowledge

teaching concepts rather than just memorizing facts.... Example:…

which children get by observing their physical environment, se…

how children think about space and time, is another area that…

can be developed by using arithmetic, classifying and ordering…

Conceptually-based teaching

teaching concepts rather than just memorizing facts.... Example:…

Physical knowledge

which children get by observing their physical environment, se…

First 10 prime numbers

Prime Factorization

Divide by 0

Fractions

2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29

process of breaking down composite # into prime factors... how?…

not a real number, not possible!

Numerator: the top part of a fraction; tells the count of equa…

First 10 prime numbers

2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29

Prime Factorization

process of breaking down composite # into prime factors... how?…

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Why do we rarely stop to think about co…

Process of counting is based on what?

How do you easily demonstrate the proce…

When we outgrow finger counting, we the…

Counting is such a basic and natural process that we rarely wh…

One-to-One Correspondence is used to describe which process?

Using your fingers demonstrates which process?

We use numerals when we have outgrown _____________________ co…

Why do we rarely stop to think about co…

Counting is such a basic and natural process that we rarely wh…

Process of counting is based on what?

One-to-One Correspondence is used to describe which process?

Why do we rarely stop to think about co…

Process of counting is based on what?

How do you easily demonstrate the proce…

When we outgrow finger counting, we the…

Counting is such a basic and natural process that we rarely wh…

One-to-One Correspondence is used to describe which process?

Using your fingers demonstrates which process?

We use numerals when we have outgrown _____________________ co…

Why do we rarely stop to think about co…

Counting is such a basic and natural process that we rarely wh…

Process of counting is based on what?

One-to-One Correspondence is used to describe which process?

First 10 prime numbers

Prime Factorization

Divide by 0

Fractions

2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29

process of breaking down composite # into prime factors... how?…

not a real number, not possible!

Numerator: the top part of a fraction; tells the count of equa…

First 10 prime numbers

2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29

Prime Factorization

process of breaking down composite # into prime factors... how?…

Place Value

Closure

Commutative property

Associative property

expanding a number by powers of ten... ex. 456=4

**10^2+5**10+6*1If you add (multiply) two numbers of a set then the sum (produ…

changes the order of the numbers... ex. 3+4=4+3

changes the groups (what is inside the parenthesis)... ex 3+(4+5)…

Place Value

expanding a number by powers of ten... ex. 456=4

**10^2+5**10+6*1Closure

If you add (multiply) two numbers of a set then the sum (produ…

prime number

composite number

factors

multiples

can be divided only by 1 and itself

can be divided by 1, itself and other numbers

numbers that when multiplied together produce a given number

the products of given factors

prime number

can be divided only by 1 and itself

composite number

can be divided by 1, itself and other numbers

Equity Principle

Five Content Standards

Five Process Standards

Strategies for promoting discource (RRR…

All students must have the opportunity and adequate support to…

Numbers and Operation... Algebra... Geometry... Measurement... Data Analys…

Problem Solving... Reasoning and Proof... Communicate... Connections... Re…

Revoicing-repeat what is said... Rephrasing-get students to use o…

Equity Principle

All students must have the opportunity and adequate support to…

Five Content Standards

Numbers and Operation... Algebra... Geometry... Measurement... Data Analys…

Addition

Subtraction

Multiply

Divide

bringing two or more numbers (or things) together to make a ne…

taking one number away from another.

The basic idea of multiplying is repeated addition.

To divide is to split into equal parts or groups. It is "fair…

Addition

bringing two or more numbers (or things) together to make a ne…

Subtraction

taking one number away from another.

addends (sumando)

sums (suma)

difference (diferencia)

related facts

numbers that are added

The answer to an addition problem

The answer to a subtraction problem.

Number sentences made up of the same numbers.

addends (sumando)

numbers that are added

sums (suma)

The answer to an addition problem

Complex number

Ordinal number vs Cardinal number

Roots of quadratic equation

7! (Seven factorial)

Cardinal Number... a number that says how many of something there…

7 x 6 x 5 x 4 x 3 x 2 x 1

Complex number

Ordinal number vs Cardinal number

Cardinal Number... a number that says how many of something there…

What does the roman numeral I represent?

What does the roman numeral V represent?

What does the roman numeral X represent?

What does the roman numeral L represent?

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What does the roman numeral I represent?

1

What does the roman numeral V represent?

5

Mental mathematics

Computational estimation

Adding from the left

Breaking up and bridging-addition

The process of producing an answer to a computation without us…

The process of forming an approximate answer to a numerical pr…

76 70 + 20 = 90 (Add the tens.)... + 25 6 + 5 = 11 (Add the ones.…

76 76 + 20 = 96 Add the first number to the tens in the second…

Mental mathematics

The process of producing an answer to a computation without us…

Computational estimation

The process of forming an approximate answer to a numerical pr…

According to the Principles and Standar…

According to the Teaching Principle def…

The Technology Principle states that te…

The NCTM standards does NOT provide a n…

* focused on important mathematics.... * well-articulated across…

understanding what students know and need to learn

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According to the Principles and Standar…

* focused on important mathematics.... * well-articulated across…

According to the Teaching Principle def…

understanding what students know and need to learn

APPROXIMATE

CHART

DIGIT

NUMBER LINE

Not exact, but close enough to be reasonably correct

An arrangement of numbers

The ten number symbols: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,

A list of numbers arranged in order from left to right on a li…

APPROXIMATE

Not exact, but close enough to be reasonably correct

CHART

An arrangement of numbers

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a^-b

Quadratic

Excluding symbol in inequalities, meaning enclosed expressions…

Including symbol in inequalities, meaning expressions continue…

As a negative power, this functions as how many times we are g…

A polynomial where the highest degree is 2, forming a parabola…

( , )

Excluding symbol in inequalities, meaning enclosed expressions…

[ , ]

Including symbol in inequalities, meaning expressions continue…

decimal

decimal point

difference

sum

A number with one or more digits to the right of the decimal p…

The symbol used to separate the whole number part from the fra…

the answer to a subtraction problem

the answer to an addition problem

decimal

A number with one or more digits to the right of the decimal p…

decimal point

The symbol used to separate the whole number part from the fra…