Teacher Resources for Formative Assessment and Talking in Math Class
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Related Math Talk Titles
- Classroom Discussions in Math: A Teacher’s Guide for using talk moves to support the Common Core and more, Grades K–6
- Classroom Discussions in Math: A Facilitator’s Guide to Support Professional Learning of Discourse and the Common Core, Grades K–6
- Number Talks: Helping Children Build Mental Math and Computation, Grades K–5, A Multimedia Professional Learning Resource
- Good Questions for Math Teaching: Why Ask Them and What to Ask, Grades K–6 and 5–8
- Show and Tell: Representing and Communicating Mathematical Ideas in K–2 Classrooms
Math Talk Articles
- How to Get Students Talking!
- Q&A: Using Talk in Math Class to Help Students Learn
- The Importance of Questioning
- Lesson: What Could Be the Sum—A Lesson with Third Graders, from Good Questions for Math Teaching, Grades K–6
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Related Assessment Titles
- INFORMative Assessment: Formative Assessment to Improve Math Achievement, Grades K–6
- How to Assess While You Teach Math: Formative Assessment Practices and Lessons, Grades K–2, A Multimedia Professional Learning Resource
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Differentiate Instruction/English Language Learners
Related Differentiate Instruction/English Language Learners Titles
- How to Differentiate Your Math Instruction
- Math for All, Grade 6–8
- Supporting English Language Learners in Math Class, Grades K–5, A Multimedia Professional Learning Resource
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- Estimating Length: Differentiating Within a Unit
- Post-Assessment Tasks for Grades K–2
- Identifying and Describing Polygons
- Helping English Language Learners Make Sense of Math Word Problems
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