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In this one-time class students will learn about space while solving a math word problem. The focus will be on word problems with numbers 1-20. ⭐️Learners will have one mission: to solve the math word problem ⭐️To unlock the word problem students will need to learn new facts about space. ⭐️As they learn about space they will earn puzzle pieces. ⭐️These puzzle pieces will be used to unlock a math problem that they'll solve to earn a trophy. I believe that it's important to connect with...
Students will solve a math problem. Students will learn facts about space. Students will learn vocabulary about space. Students will write their math answer in sentence form. Students will communicate what their answer is.
I have a bachelors degree in Elementary Education. I am certified to teach in grades k-6. I am also Reading Endorsed and ESOL (English as a second language) Endorsed. This is my 8th year of teaching. I have taught first, second, and fifth grade.
1 file available upon enrollment-Pencil -Paper -Crayons -Anything that can be used for your child to count: blocks, counters, cheerios, cars, unicorns. Anything that will engage your child in solving math problems. If your child is easily distracted have them stick with counters instead of toys to count. -White board and white board marker Optional: math manipulatives, tens frame, 120 chart, part-part-whole mat, rekenrek
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
The teacher will make anecdotal notes and send feedback to the parents after each class. Feedback is a great way for students to set goals and grow as learners.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
It's important that you let your child solve the problem themselves. They might struggle with this at first, some students might even cry with frustration. But, if they stick with it and figure out the solution they learn how to work through difficulty. It is an empowering thing when they discover this.
This is based on the concept of "Cognitively Guided Instruction" for math instruction.
Jesi LuxonEmpowering independent learners at a young age.
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65 completed classes
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