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Departmental Workshops: Proportional reasoning

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Created on 20 June 2008 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 21 November 2012 by ncetm_administrator

Departmental Workshops - Structured professional development activities  

Departmental Workshops- Proportional reasoning

These workshops are written to provide your mathematics team with structured professional development you can deliver in-house utilizing all members' expertise and knowledge. We believe 3 – 6 modules per year could be an ideal balance.

This unit explores the teaching and learning of proportional reasoning. You will be invited to consider the issues related to proportional reasoning by working through a discussion document. You will then explore some strategies and activities which may support you in the planning of a group of lessons to include in your scheme of work focussing on proportional reasoning

Overview (pdf file)
Resource Sheet HT1.PRO.1 (pdf file)
Resource Sheet HT1.PRO.2 (pdf file)
Resource Sheet HT1.PRO.3 (pdf file)
Resource Sheet HT1.PRO.4 (pdf file)
Resource Sheet HT1.PRO.5 (pdf file)
Resource Sheet HT1.PRO.6 (pdf file)
Resource Sheet HT1.PRO.7 (pdf file)
Resource Sheet HT1.PRO.8 (pdf file)
Resource Sheet HT1.PRO.9 (pdf file)
Resource Sheet HT1.PRO.10 (pdf file)

Download the whole workshop (zip file)




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