Rich Math Problems = Student Voice
Math students ...."at last we all get a say"
Don't know what a Rich Problem Solving is is?
Using the strategies and tools to support the understanding and progress of tasks associated with critical thinking and reasoning. Allowing students to have a voice, provide an opportunity for learning throughmany vehicles with multiple entry points
Here we see evidence of a rich math task in the younger grades because:
Here we see evidence of a rich math task in the higher grades because:
- new vocabulary - word wall
- continuum of learning (yesterday vs. today)
- anchor chart of representations (pictures, diagrams, symbols)
- open ended questions
- modeling ways of answering questions
- problem solving model (restate problem, chart)
- reflecting on the reasonableness of a solution
- tools - ruler, whiteboard, lots of space