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04/05 - Maths by Mind Map: 04/05 - Maths
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04/05 - Maths

Introduction

K

Using quantitative methods to interpret the world

Addition, multiplication, subtraction and division

Geometry

Patterns

Measuring

W

How to teach it

How they learn

L

Definitions

Mathematics

Abstract science with numbers

Numeracy

To understand why and work with numbers

Scaffolding

When learning new concepts, build on existing knowledge before removing the support so they can do it themselves

Motivation

A childs attitude towards maths is shaped from their first formal experience

What you can do

Own it

You are responsible for everything

Be enthusiastic

Be organised

Know your students

Modelling

Uses VAK

Will provide the framework for a good lesson

National Vs NSW Curriculum

Content is very similar but is presented differently

Teaching for understanding

You must have an understanding of the process

Less process and more thinking

Doing and Teaching

Must first be able to understand what development stage a child is at

Online Interview Project VIC

Stages of Development

Students must know previous concepts before moving onto the next concept

Emergent

Student cannot count visible items

Learns number words

Perceptual

Student is able to count perceived item

Need to see object

Figurative

Student is able to count concealed items

Student always starts counting from 1

Counting On

Student can count on rather than starting from 1

Facile

Tools of Teaching

Resources

Think Pair Share

Date

Cooking

Food Games

Graphs and Tables

Maths in a Box

Resources

Belonging, Being and Becoming: The National Early Years Framework for Australia

National Curriculum

Mez Moffat

mezmoff@hotmail.com, Term Planner, Week Planner, Day Book