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Mr James

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WIM - Number Visuals

Another amazing activity produced by the superb Youcubed team - Number Visuals! The mission of the team at Youcubed is simple - to inspire, educate and empower teachers of mathematics, transforming the latest research on maths learning into accessible and practical forms through Growth Mindsets and Innovative Teaching. Use the attached slides to help you understand the task - watch the video in the slides (link below) https://www.youcubed.org/wim/speed-is-not-important/ For more inspiration, watch this! https://www.youcubed.org/wim/believe-in-yourself-2/ TASK: 1. On page 1, analyse the image shown. Think about what you see. Answer the questions posed. Use the label label tool to type your answers or discuss them using the mic voice recorder. 2. On page 2, give each of the representations a number using the label label tool. e.g. what number do you think each individual image represents? Use the mic voice recorder to say why you think this. 3. On pages 3 and 4, colour the representations to start grouping them. Make comments about what you think, what you find and what patterns you see using the label tool or the mic tool. 4. On page 5, summarise your learning and understanding by answering the questions posed using the label or mic tools. Good luck #wim

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Math
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FROM YOUCUBED: Inspiring Mathematics Success for all Students through Growth Mindsets and Innovative Teaching Our main goal is to inspire, educate and empower teachers of mathematics, transforming the latest research on maths learning into accessible and practical forms. We know from research how to teach mathematics well and how to bring about high levels of student engagement and achievement, but this evidence has not previously been made accessible to teachers. All students can learn mathematics to high levels and teaching that is based upon this principle dramatically increases students’ maths achievement. The need to make research widely available is particularly pressing now as new science on the brain and learning is giving important insights into mathematics learning. Mathematics is often the reason that students leave STEM, particularly girls and some students of color. We aim to change this by communicating the sources of maths inequality in the US and by teaching the classroom methods that are needed for 21st century learning. By providing research-based teaching methods, mathematics tasks, videos, and ideas we intend to significantly reduce maths failure and inequality in the United States and beyond, inspiring teachers and empowering all students to success. For more details on this amazing activity and more as part of the Week of Inspirational Math, visit the website below or check out some of my other activities. https://www.youcubed.org/week-inspirational-math/#wim