Linking Today’s Understanding to Tomorrow’s Learning: Proportional Reasoning
In the resource Linking Today’s Understanding to Tomorrow’s Learning: Proportional Learning you will see teachers who think deeply about ways to help students develop proportional reasoning.
They determine how to make ideas explicit for students, to help them “notice things that would not otherwise be seen. The teachers use a wide variety of teaching strategies to have students learn deeply ratio tables.
Each day, these educators increase their understanding of how and what their students learn. at the same time, they develop their own capacity as learners and teachers.
Phase 1: Starting Points in the Learning
Phase 2: Building on the Learning
Phase 3: Extending the Learning
Talking about What Works
What Mathematics Researchers Are Learning
Math Conversations that Count: Grades 1 to 12
Spatial Reasoning in Number Sense and Numeration
Primary and intermediate educators and their students investigate spatial reasoning and spatial visualization and highlight the power of using visual, concrete and digital representations to support math learning in the number sense and numeration strand.