Developing a Problem Solving Plan
Use this form to develop a short-term plan to address problem solving goals. The form is long and still in DRAFT form, but it is usable and takes about 10 minutes to complete.
Teacher(s)
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Email
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Duration of Plan
For example: November 14 - December 22, 2016 or 6 weeks
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Focus on the Plan
Do not select more than 3 areas to focus on at a time.
Comprehension Strategies
What reading comprehension strategies will you employ consistently for the duration of this plan?
Pedagogical Strategies to Engage Students
How are you going to get students motivation and energized to engage in planned problem solving activities?
Differentiation
In what ways are you going to differential instruction? Select a "by" and an "according."
PODs or POW
Standard (Word Problems)
The standards listed below range from K - 6 and focus specifically on standards that specifically call for "word problems." These standards are linked to other grade level standards and should not be viewed in isolation.
Standards (Real-World and Mathematical Problems)
The standards listed below range from 3 - 6 and focus specifically on standards that specifically call for "real-world" and "mathematical problems." These standards are linked to other grade level standards and should not be viewed in isolation.
Mathematical Concepts
What mathematical concept(s) will be consistently address in your problems?
Steps in the Problem
Please see pg. 88 and 89 of the CCSS for a description of the problem types.
Problem Types
Please see pg. 88 and 89 of the CCSS for a description of the problem types.
Problem/Task Resources
Where will the problems come from?
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Number of Problems Needed
About how many problems will be needed?
Tools, Models and Strategies
What math tools, model or strategies will be used/emphasized consistently?
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Evidence of Success
What are the assessment questions that you will ask/collect data on to monitor and track student progress? For example, Can the student create a mathematical sketch to reflect the context?
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Additional Comments
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