Reasoning and Explanation April 13, 2017/by Aaron Lee Module Content Expand All | Collapse All Sessions Status 1 Session 1: Studying mathematics teaching with a focus on reasoning and explanation Part 1: Module preview Part 2: Analyzing a video from a sixth-grade classroom Part 3: Exploring the Pool Border Problem Part 4: Considering others’ explanations for the Pool Border Problem Part 5: Wrap up 2 Session 2: Launching work on mathematical explanations and video workshop Part 1: Preview Part 2: Discussing Pool Border Problem explanations Part 3: Reflecting on what makes an explanation convincing Part 4: Simulating a video workshop Part 5: Identifying steps of the video workshop process Part 6: Wrap up 3 Session 3: Noticing the features of explanations and unpacking student reasoning Part 1: Preview Part 2: Exploring the Three-Coin Problem Part 3: Discussing the Three-Coin Problem explanations Part 4: Noticing the features of explanations Part 5: Connecting with the Common Core State Standards Part 6: Considering students’ approaches to reasoning Part 7: Wrap up 4 Session 4: Scaling mathematics problems and engaging in a video workshop Part 1: Preview Part 2: Scaling mathematics problems Part 3: Engaging in Video Workshop #1 Part 4: Debriefing video workshop Part 5: Wrap up 5 Session 5: Producing “good” mathematical explanations Part 1: Preview Part 2: Exploring the Sum of Consecutive Odd Numbers Problem Part 3: Discussing the Sum of Consecutive Odd Numbers Problem Part 4: Naming the features of a “good” explanation Part 5: Sharing reasoning tasks from curriculum materials Part 6: Wrap up 6 Session 6: Appraising a student’s explanation and engaging in a video workshop Part 1: Preview Part 2: Engaging in Video Workshop #2 Part 3: Debriefing video workshop Part 4: Appraising a student’s explanation Part 5: Wrap up 7 Session 7: Capitalizing on students’ explanations and engaging in a video workshop Part 1: Preview Part 2: Capitalizing on the explanations that students share Part 3: Articulating ways of supporting students’ reasoning and explanation Part 4: Engaging in Video Workshop #3 Part 5: Debriefing video workshop Part 6: Wrap up 8 Session 8: Developing justifications and responding to students’ explanations Part 1: Preview Part 2: Exploring True/False Geometry Statements Part 3: Developing clear and convincing justifications and refutations Part 4: Analyzing student explanations Part 5: Responding to students’ explanations Part 6: Wrap up 9 Session 9: Planning instruction to target reasoning and engagement in mathematical practices Part 1: Preview Part 2: Exploring Pascal’s Triangle Part 3: Identifying mathematical practices in the work on Pascal’s Triangle Part 4: Planning instruction for reasoning and engagement in mathematical practices Part 5: Wrap up 10 Session 10: Summarizing and moving forward with video workshop Part 1: Preview Part 2: Engaging in Video Workshop #4 Part 3: Considering video workshop beyond the module Part 4: Wrap up http://math.crdg.hawaii.edu/wp-content/uploads/pp-reasoning.png 500 500 Aaron Lee http://math.crdg.hawaii.edu/wp-content/uploads/logo-crdg-1.png Aaron Lee2017-04-13 13:33:442017-06-27 22:43:15Reasoning and Explanation