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How Has TEAM-Math Influenced Me?
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Group Work
  • Most effective strategy used ---- Homework is
    checked in groups. Students only approach me
    with a group question.

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Do you learn better when you check your work in
your group?
  • yes, I do learn in my group because when I am
    wrong then I can communicate with them and ask
    them how they did it and it helps me understand
    more.
  • I do learn when I check with my group but
    sometimes none of us are right.
  • Yes, more than likely Im wrong.
  • Yes, because we discuss our answers and if their
    wrong my group can show and tell me what I did
    wrong and help me understand it!
  • Yes, because it helps me see how other people
    work the problems out.
  • I do because smarts kids can explain it in more
    simple terms.
  • this is the activity that I learn the most
    because S really helps me and explains
    everything good
  • Yes I do learn from checking in groups and I
    like it a lot.
  • No, normally im the one getting checked off of.

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Relevant Mathematics
  • Not only real-world, but meaningful to the
    students

In your group, use four 4s and some symbols , x,
-, divide and () to give expressions for the
whole numbers from 0 thru 9 for example 5
(4x44)/4
Interactive Mathematics Program Patterns Year 1
Unit POW 2 1-2-3-4 Puzzle The idea of that
problem was to use the digits 1, 2, 3, and 4
once each, along with arithmetic operations, to
create expressions with different numerical
values. 1(23)x4 is A 1-2-3-4 expression for
the number 21.
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Compare the Four 4s and the Extra Practice
Worksheets.
  • 4s problem because I like it more and it was
    really fun. It actually made me think and get
    into it.
  • Practice worksheets because I need things
    explained before I do them.
  • I learned more from the 1-2-3-4 puzzle because
    it challenged me.
  • They both help in different ways.
  • Extra practice worksheets are good for test
    practice.
  • They both help me understand better.
  • I learned more from the 1-2-3-4 puzzle because
    it wasnt like having to find one specific thing,
    it was having choices.
  • The 1-2-3-4 puzzle was more fun and without the
    worksheets is better.
  • The worksheets are not realy teaching u any
    thing its jus there so you dont forget it.

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Teacher as a Facilitator
  • I have not accomplished as much in this area as I
    would like.
  • Students that are performing above grade level
    are easy to facilitate.
  • The students that are performing on grade level
    are a challenge for me to facilitate. I tend to
    fall back into the old teacher mode.
  • In this area, I feel like I have had success with
    always trying to ask the class, Do you agree or
    disagree ? whether the person has worked the
    problem right or wrong.

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Laptop Initiative
  • Students have Geometers Sketch Pad available at
    all times.
  • The NCTM website with Illuminations is always
    available.
  • Internet with data available.

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TEAM-Math has influence me by encouraging me to
be a leader.
  • Leadership Positions
  • CMP Trainer
  • Textbook committee
  • Curriculum committee
  • STL/DTL
  • Presenter for TEAM-Math/AMSTI
  • Vice-President/President of Alabama Council of
    Teachers of Mathematics
  • East Alabama Council of Teachers of Mathematics
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