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  • Co-Teaching: MathematicsStrategies for Integrating

    General and SpecialEducation

    Clemmie B. Whatley, PhD, Mercer University / Educational Dynamix, Inc

    Deshonda Stringer, Ed.D.

  • Purpose

    Engage in strategies that support all learners in a standards-based co-taughtclassroom

    Explore mathematical tasks involving rate, ratio, and proportional reasoning

    Provide resources for mathematical task involving equivalent expressions andradical and integer exponents.

    Use and evaluate instructional models, e.g. scaffolding, differentiation,concrete-pictorial-abstract, etc.

  • Six Co-Teaching Approaches

    Large Group (T T T)1 Teach/ 1 Observe 1 Teach/ 1 Assist Team Teaching

    Smaller Group (SPA)

    Station Parallel Alternative Teaching

    4/14/2014 3

    (A + 6)(3-1) =16A=1/2bh

    How?

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    (A + 6) (3-1) = 16A=1/2 bh

    Howdo..

  • Standards forMathematics Practice

  • Engage Learning Vocabulary Strategies

    Four Groups Two groups develop interactive ways to teach

    vocabulary associated with proportional reasoning (forexample, ratio, scale factor, proportion)

    Two groups

    One will develop synonym triplets (couple of words)act it out

    The other will develop a taxonomy

  • Accessibility Strategies

    Spatial Reasoning Memory Attention

  • Mathematical Task How strong is agummy worm?

    Two approaches for learningImplicit InstructionExplicit Instruction

  • Summarizer

    What pre-requisites would be needed for this task?

    What standards did this task address?

    How were the Standards for Mathematical Practice (SMPs) addressed in thistask?

    What key vocabulary was emphasized in this task?

    How could you further differentiate this task using processing deficitsstrategies?

  • Other Mathematical Tasks

    Equivalent expressions Equal as Balanced Variables and expressions

    Radical and integer exponents http://www.mathsisfun.com/square-root.html ..\links to presentation\cube-roots exponents.docx

    Other Resources Posing Cognitively Demanding Tasks to All Students, Mathematics Teaching in Middle

    School, NCTM, 2013 Teaching Proportionality in Middle Grades Research Summary, Association of Middle Level

    Education.

  • Co-Teaching: MathematicsStrategies for Integrating

    General and SpecialEducation

    Clemmie B. Whatley, PhD, Mercer University / Educational Dynamix, Inc

    Deshonda Stringer, Ed.D.

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