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Mode of Instruction: Independent/Partner/Teamwork Purpose: Individual reflection prior to discussion
Objective: To elicit and use evidence of student thinking, students utilize intentionally planned think time before responding to and sharing out understanding.
To emphasize the importance of think-time, the teacher poses a question/problem for students to silently think about. After a short period of time, students write an explanation to share. When the teacher indicates, partners share explanations. Partners may share within the team or the whole class.
Think-Pair-Share (Think-Ink-Pair-Share variation)
Students receive a question—possibly about concepts covered in a unit, Diamond Problems, or mental math—and silently think for a short period of time. Without writing, partners discuss explanations of the question. Partners may then share out with the rest of the team or class.
Third CPM Principle of Assessment
Students should be assessed only on content with which they have been meaningfully
engaged, and with which they have had ample time to make sense of.
Related problems and/or lessons intentionally sequenced within and between courses to help students both deepen conceptual knowledge and build procedural fluency.
Tools and Technology Outcome 1
Learn how to access CPM’s Synthesis of Research and course preparation resources
Tools and Technology Outcome 2
Experience how to engage students with content using Desmos and other eTools
Tools and Technology Outcome 3
Understand the structure and organization of the teacher and student ebooks
Tools and Technology Outcome 4
Locate Closure and Assessment resources
Tools and Technology Outcome 5