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EDC 217 notes

by: Jaslyn Tirado

EDC 217 notes Edc 217-41

Jaslyn Tirado
La Salle
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jaslyn Tirado on Friday March 18, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Edc 217-41 at La Salle University taught by Anne m. Fowler in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see Learning and teaching of math in Education and Teacher Studies at La Salle University.

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Date Created: 03/18/16
Notes from class on 3/15/16  A concept is an idea that can be learned through comparing what it is and what it is not. The way we teach a student a concept relates to the C-R-A framework. The concept should be known to them in the concrete state, they should then go on to be able to represent that concept themselves, and be able to move onto more abstract ways of thinking about that concept.  The C-R-A framework o Concrete  Model math concept using manipulatives  Base ten blocks  Pattern blocks  Counting chips  Hands on o Representational  Use pictures to represent the concept  Students draw pictures to represent the concept  Pictures to represent counting, place value  Tally marks to represent numbers, scores o Abstract  Use of math language  No use of manipulatives or representations  Repeated examples  Chapter 20: o Geometric goals  Spatial sense  Geometric context o Development of Geometric thinking  The Van Hiele levels of geometric thought  Level 0- visualization (what shapes are and what they look like)  Level 1- analysis (look at shapes in classes rather than just individual shapes, examine properties)  Level 2- informal induction (properties and the relationships between them  Instructional implications when transitioning through levels  From level 0 to level 1 o Test ideas about shapes from categories o Simple identification  From level 1 to level 2 o Challenge questions that involve reasoning o Making and testing hypotheses o Use words like “all, some, none, what if” o COVER  Connect  Organize  Visualize  Elaborate  Represent


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