Instructional Strategies for Teaching Math
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 Available Lessons: 81
 Average Lesson Length: 8 min

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chapter 1 / lesson 1Understanding the Common Core
Course Summary
Enhance your knowledge of math instructional strategies with the resources in this course. The teacher resources course allows you to review concepts and strategies that can improve your teaching techniques and help students retain essential math topics.to start this course today
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About This Course
Our instructors designed this course to meet your needs as a math teacher in the classroom. You'll find lessons on different instructional strategies that you can use to educate children on the subject of math. Use our video and text lessons to discover new approaches to math instruction.
How It Works
As a teacher, you have a demanding schedule and limited time. Our lessons are comprehensive, but also brief for your convenience. You can also access our lessons from a variety of electronic devices at any location that gives you internet access.
In this course you will find:
 Video lessons no longer than 10 minutes that present different instructional strategies
 Fully written transcripts filled with key terminology and phrases in bold
 A timeline feature that allows you to skip around to specific areas of a video lesson
 Lesson quizzes, chapter tests and a final assessment on everything this course discusses
How It Helps
 Promote an efficient learning environment: Learn new methods that have been proven to be effective in creating a math learning environment that increases knowledge retention.
 Recognize issues that may arise in classroom: Understand the signs that students may be struggling with math and look at various ways to intervene.
 Apply different teaching strategies: Use this course to discover new teaching methods, then apply them to your own classroom.
Skills Covered
Chapter Title  Objectives 

Standards & Planning for Math Instruction  Identify the different standards that are set for teaching math such as the Common Core. 
Creating an Effective Math Learning Environment  Create an efficient classroom and meet the needs of each student through different techniques. 
Instructional Strategies for Student Achievement in Math  Recall the different ways teachers can approach teaching math such as using visuals and movement activities. 
StudentCentered Instructional Strategies for Math  Analyze the benefits of instructing students through a learnercentered approach. 
Teaching Critical Thinking, Logic & Reasoning in Math  Evaluate the various ways teachers can increase critical thinking and reasoning skills to help for students to excel at math. 
Integrating Math with Other Disciplines  Apply knowledge of math and how to integrate it into other subjects. 
Using Technology in the Math Classroom  Assess the importance and the benefits of using technology in the classroom. 
Teaching Strategies for AtRisk Math Students  Recognize the signs that students may be struggling with math and learn how to help these students succeed. 
Assessing Student Learning & Providing Feedback  Explain how to assess student learning, how to assess their progress and the types of intervention that can be used. 
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