Closure... My Maths Classroom in 2014

Feedback form on Your Experience in the Mathematics Classroom
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    Part A: Activities and strategies used...

    Keeping in mind the Applied Learning approach & Technology use in learning, a range of strategies were incorporated into the learning activities that we carried out in class and outside the classroom (virtually). Alongside, we are also mindful of cultivating and developing some of the 10Cs that SST believes that every SST student should have with them after their 4-year stint. Some strategies we used in our Maths classroom include: 1. Discussions and activities in Maths Blogs (e.g. Error analysis, Quizzes GoogleForm, Responses via Comments) 2. 2-to-3 Quizzes for the End-of-Year Revision (where you attempt quizzes with 1-to-2 other classmate) 3. Oral assessment through Viva Voce (e.g. Performance tasks) 4. Group activities like the Number Pattern problem solving in the Learning Oasis 5. Google+ Community/ Events for Geometry (a brief one) 6. Flipped Classroom lessons on Geometrical Construction 7. Presentation (and explanation) of worked solution in the class 8. Games for learning (e.g. Cockroaches for Linear Graphs) 9. 6 AM quiz in Maths blog 10. Making Connections with real world application (e.g. Use of charts to present information) 11. Making Connections across topics (e.g. Linking Algebra with Graphs) 12. Challenging assumptions and pattern observation (e.g. Romeo & Juliet problem)
    1. Discussions and activities in Maths Blogs (e.g. Error analysis, Quizzes GoogleForm, Responses via Comments)
    2. 2-to-3 Quizzes for the End-of-Year Revision (where you attempt quizzes with 1-to-2 other classmate)
    3. Oral assessment through Viva Voce (e.g. Performance tasks)
    4. Group activities like the Number Pattern problem solving in the Learning Oasis
    5. Google+ Community/ Events for Geometry (a brief one)
    6. Flipped Classroom lessons on Geometrical Construction
    7. Presentation (and explanation) of worked solution in the class
    8. Games for learning (e.g. Cockroaches for Linear Graphs)
    9. 6 AM quiz in Maths blog
    10. Making Connections with real world application (e.g. Use of charts to present information)
    11. Making Connections across topics (e.g. Linking Algebra with Graphs)
    12. Challenging assumptions and pattern observation (e.g. Romeo & Juliet problem)
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    Part B: About Learning...

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    Part C: Communication & Support

    Email
    Online Chat (GChat)
    Facebook
    Face-to-Face Consultation
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    Diagnostic Test (at the start of the topic)
    Summative Assessment (at the end of the topic)
    Mock Test/ Exam (prior to Common Test/ Exam)
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