INTRODUCTION TO MODULE 3

Students’ mathematics learning require that they work in an autonomous way in challenging tasks. Such autonomous work may be carried out either in pairs, in small groups, or individually. The point is that they should carry out an activity in which they have to make sense of what the aim is, design a strategy to achieve it, and carry out this strategy. Students need to be highly involved to make progress in solving the task, so it is necessary that they feel challenged by the task, they understand it, and they have or can design the tools to solve it. Students’ struggle properly supported by the teacher is an essential condition for deep mathematics learning to take place. The cases of practice that we present address different aspects of the activity of the teacher as students work on the proposed tasks in an autonomous way.


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Course Curriculum

INTRODUCTION
STUDENTS WORKING IN AN AUTONOMOUS WAY Unlimited
CASE OF PRACTICE 1
Anticipating and Attending to Students’ Ideas Unlimited
MT3S – CP1 – Opening Activity – Students’ Autonomous Work: Sharing Experiences Unlimited
MT3S – CP1 – Activity 1 – Anticipating Students’ Strategies and Difficulties Unlimited
MT3S – CP1 – Activity 2 – Supporting Students’ Autonomous Work Unlimited
MT3S – CP1 – Activity 3 – Promoting Students’ Interactions Among Themselves Unlimited
MT3S – CP1 – Connections to (my) Practice Unlimited
MT3S – CP1 – Closing Activity Unlimited
CASE OF PRACTICE 2
Supporting Students in Solving Tasks Unlimited
MT3S – CP2 – Open activity – I tell, you tell, we discuss: Sharing experiences Unlimited
MT3S – CP2 – Activity 1 — Supporting the Development of a Solving Strategy Unlimited
MT3S – CP2 – Activity 2 — Asking for Explanations Unlimited
MT3S – CP2 – Connections to (my) Practice Unlimited
MT3S – CP2 – Closing activity — Summing it up Unlimited
CASE OF PRACTICE 3
Balancing Mathematical Challenge and Differentiation Unlimited
MT3S – CP3 – Open activity – I tell, you tell, we discuss: Sharing experiences Unlimited
MT3S – CP3 – Activity 1 – Adjusting the Cognitive Level of a Task Unlimited
MT3S – CP3 – Activity 2 – Enablers and Extenders Unlimited
MT3S – CP3 – Activity 3 – Engaging All Students in Challenging Tasks Unlimited
MT3S – CP3 – Connections to (my) Practice Unlimited
MT3S – CP3 – Closing Activity Unlimited
EXTRA MATERIALS
EVIDENCE OF SUCCESS Unlimited
BRINGING IT ALL TOGETHER Unlimited
SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL Unlimited
APPENDIX
Comparing Class and Grade Levels across Countries Unlimited
ASSESMENT QUESTIONS
Final Assignment Questions – Module 3 Unlimited

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