Talk:Lesson 4: What technological tools can be used to integrate metacognitive development in mathematics instruction?

Discuss- Which technological tools would you choose to use to integrate metacognitive development in math instruction? -- Catherine Strattner 17:29, 8 December 2012 (EST)

Which technological tools would you choose to use to integrate metacognitive development in math instruction? How would you use them? What are the benefits and/or drawbacks of using such tools?

  • Your initial post should include an answer to these questions which draws on what you have watched and read and connects to your experiences as a student and teacher.
  • Respond to at least two of your classmates' posts.

Post your initial response by replying to this post.

Reflect- What have you learned an how did you learn it? -- Catherine Strattner 17:31, 8 December 2012 (EST)

Share your reflection on what you have learned and how you have learned it. Your reflection should include:

  • what you have learned about technologies that can be used to develop metacognition in mathematics instruction.
  • how you have learned it.
  • what you want to learn more about with regards to technologies that can be used to develop metacognition in mathematics instruction.

Post your reflection as a reply to this post. Read the reflections of your classmates as well.

Self-Assessment and Peer Review -- Catherine Strattner 17:34, 8 December 2012 (EST)

  • Post your guide as a rely to this post.
  • Self-assess your work- This should be posted as a reply to your Quick Reference Guide post.
  • Peer-assess two of your colleague's work- This should be posted as a reply to their Quick Reference Guide posts.

Please use the Metacognition and Math Quick Reference Guide Checklist to inform your self-assessment and peer-assessments (Located on Lesson 4 page).

Final Copies -- Catherine Strattner 17:35, 8 December 2012 (EST)

Post the final copy of your Quick Reference Guide as a rely to this post. Check back for my review.