Richland One Mathematical Process Standards Lens Teacher Feedback Form
Use this form to view and provide feedback for components of the math block. This form focuses on targeted aspects of the Mathematical Process Standards.
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Components of the Math Block Observed
Opening  Fluency
Whole Group  Problem of the Day
Whole Group  Lesson
Flexible Groups  SmallGroups, Centers, RTI
Closure  Share out, Student Reflection
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Name the pedagogical structures noted.
What strategies are does the teacher use to facilitate learning? A pedagogical strategy and/or structure is what is done to enable learners to access and process information and content. For example, Turn and Talk, Questioning, Lecture, Modeling , Call and Response, JigSaw, Think Peer Share, etc.
1. "Which one does not belong?" Routine  students come to agreement about what does not fit.
2. Read and Reflect  students read something, then reflect on it.
3. Networking (with Music or without), Mix, Pair, Share  students move about, find a partner and discuss ideas.
4. Quick Write  students have a set amount of time to write on a topic.
5. Talking Chips (Kagan)  each student gets a chip and takes turns talking.
6. BacktoBack, FacetoFace (Kagan)  students pair up to answer a question or reflect on something.
7. Two Arguments  students debate about a topic/answer/method/etc.
8. Grid Game Structures  adaptable game structures to promote understanding and language development.
9. Pairs Compare (Kagan)  students work in pairs, then compare their work with another pair.
10. Numbered Heads Together (Kagan)  students are assigned numbers (1  4) in each group and the teacher calls on a number to answer a question, while the rest of their group supports the student called.
11. What is the Question?  a situation is presented and students have to come up with some questions that can be answered given that situation.
12. Ask Three Before Me  ask three other students before asking the teacher.
13. Accountable Talk Cards, Talk Prompt Cards, Sentence Starters
14. Authentic, RealLife Connections/Hook
15. Silent Collaboration (King)  students work together to solve something, but they cannot talk to each other, only take turns, putting work on a paper and reflecting/correcting/adding to what the other person did.
16. One Pen, One Paper (King)  students work collaboratively on one paper using one pen/pencil.
17. Peer Tutoring/Rally Coach (Kagan)  students tutor each other on how to do something.
18. Quiz, Quiz, Trade (Kagan)  students question each other on one thing, then trade information.
19. Student Checker  student is assigned the role of checking the work of others.
20. Find and Fix My Error  students correct incorrect work.
21. Flash Cards, Quizzing (with technology or without)
22. Teacher Tell Me  student lead smallgroup instruction.
23. True, False (Yes, No) Hold Ups  information is presented, student determine if it is true or false.
24. Turn and Talk
25. Think, Pair, Share
26. Find the Fiction, Two Truths and a Lie, One Truth and Three Lies  students find the falsehood.
Other:
The pedagogical structures used promoted...
Check all that apply.
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Discourse
Collaboration
Engagement
Student Ownership
Metacognitive Thinking
Reasoning and Justification
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Discourse
Collaboration
Engagement
Student Ownership
Metacognitive Thinking
Reasoning and Justification
1. The aspect(s) of the Math Block that were viewed allowed opportunities for students to...
Relates to MP 1: Make sense and persevere in solving.
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Devise a plan or solution pathway(s), opposed to jumping into getting an answer.
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Devise a plan or solution pathway(s), opposed to jumping into getting an answer.
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2. The aspect(s) of the Math Block that were viewed allowed opportunities for students to...
Relates to MP 2 Reason abstractly and quantitatively, 4 Model with mathematics.
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Relate numeric representations to a given context.
Relate numeric representations to objects or other symbols as a way to explain or model understanding.
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Relate numeric representations to a given context.
Relate numeric representations to objects or other symbols as a way to explain or model understanding.
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3. The aspect(s) of the Math Block that were viewed allowed opportunities for students to...
Relates to MP 4 Model with mathematics, 5 Use appropriate tools strategically.
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Use math manipulatives or tools and/or math models to help make sense of situations.
Determine appropriate math equations to help make sense of situations.
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Use math manipulatives or tools and/or math models to help make sense of situations.
Determine appropriate math equations to help make sense of situations.
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4. Did the teacher(s) foster, promote, encourage or highlight the use of...
Relates to MP 6 Attend to precision, 7 Look for and make use of structure, and 8 Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.
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Precise mathematical language.
Different ways to express the same idea or amount.
Calculations or structures that are repeated so that students can use those structures in new situations.
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Precise mathematical language.
Different ways to express the same idea or amount.
Calculations or structures that are repeated so that students can use those structures in new situations.
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Noticings/Wonderings
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Suggested Next Steps
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