A Guide to Effective Instruction in Mathematics Kindergarten to Grade 6

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Contents:
1. Achieving and Sustaining Improvement
2. Principles Underlying Effective Mathematics Instruction
3. Planning the Mathematics Program
4. Instructional Approaches 

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5. Problem Solving
6. Communication 

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7. Classroom Resources and Management 

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8. Assessment and Evaluation
9. Home Connections 

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10. Approaches to Teaching Basic Facts and Multidigit Computations  A Guide to Effective Instruction in Mathematics Kindergarten to Grade 6 – Strand SpecificGrades K3

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The "Big Ideas" in Number Sense and Numeration
Counting
Operational Sense
Quantity
Relationships
Representation
Learning Activities for Number Sense and Numeration


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The "Big Ideas" in Measurement
Attributes, Units, and Measurement Sense
Measurement Relationships
Learning Activities for Measurement 

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The "Big Ideas" in Geometry and Spatial Sense
Properties of TwoDimensional Shapes and ThreeDimensional Figures
Geometric Relationships
Location and Movement
Learning Activities for Geometry and Spatial Sense 

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The "Big Ideas" in Patterning and Algebra
Patterns and Relationships
Expressions and Equality
Learning Activities for Patterning and Algebra 

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The "Big Ideas" in Data Managment and Probability
Collection and Organization of Data
Data Relationships
Probability
Learning Activities for Data Managment and Probability  Grades 46

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The Big Ideas in Number Sense and Numeration
Quantity
Operational Sense
Relationships
Representation
Proportional Reasoning


Relating Mathematics Topics to the Big Ideas
Learning About Addition and Subtraction in the Junior Grades
Developing Computational Strategies Through MiniLessons Learning Activities for Addition and Subtraction 

Relating Mathematics Topics to the Big Ideas
Learning About Multiplication in the Junior Grades
Using Mathematical Models to Represent Multiplication Learning Activities for Multiplication 

Relating Mathematics Topics to the Big Ideas
Learning About Division in the Junior Grades
Using Mathematical Models to Represent Division Learning Activities for Division 

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Relating Mathematics Topics to the Big Ideas
Learning About Fractions in the Junior Grades Learning Activities for Fractions


Relating Mathematics Topics to the Big Ideas
Learning About Decimals in the Junior Grades Learning Activities for Decimal Numbers 

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The “Big Ideas” of Measurement
Attributes, Units, and Measurement Sense
Measurement Relationships Learning Activities 

Contents:
The “Big Ideas in Geometry and Spatial Sense
Learning About TwoDimensional Shapes in the Junior Grades
Learning About ThreeDimensional Figures in the Junior Grades
Learning About Location and Movement in the Junior Grades
Learning Activities 

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The “Big Ideas” of Patterning and Algebra
Patterns and Relationships
Variables, Expressions and Equations
Learning Activities 

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The “Big Ideas” of Data Management and Probability
Collection and Organization of Data
Data Relationships
Probability Learning Activities 
