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Foundations of Algebra - Day 1

GloSS and IKAN

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1 Session opening: Beads Behind the Cloud Beads Behind the Cloud FAL
2 Introduction to the IKAN and GloSS  
3 Taking and Discussion of the IKAN IKAN Assessment Form
4 Retake and Further Discussion of the IKAN IKAN Assessment Form
5 Building Automaticity with Games- Dominating Doubles Dominating Doubles handout, 2- color counters, 10-sided dice
6 Procedural vs. Mental Math  
7 IKAN Modifications and Accommodations  
8 Understanding the GloSS- Sorting the Strategy Stages Understanding the GloSS- Sorting the Strategy Stages
9 Taking and Scoring the GloSS  
10 GloSS Questions and Answers GloSS Recording Sheet
GloSS Form 1
IKAN Administration and Scoring Manual
11 Video Administration, Scoring Practice, and Discussion GloSS Recording Sheet
12 Partner Administration, Scoring Practice, and Discussion GloSS Recording Sheet
GloSS Form 2
13 We Have the Data, Now What? Exploring Resources  
14 Building Mathematical Flexibility with Games - Create 3 Create 3 handout
15 How Does Use of the GloSS and IKAN Affect Mathematical Growth?  

Presenter Biography

Graham Fletcher has worked in education for over ten years as a classroom teacher and math specialist.  He graduated from the University of Georgia where he earned his Ed.S. in Math Education. Graham is a published author and creator of many tasks which are now included in the Georgia Department of Education’s Instructional Frameworks. He blogs and freely shares his lessons at www.gfletchy.com. Through his site, Graham continues to be an advocate for best practice in elementary mathematics. Graham’s passion for conceptual understanding through problem-based lessons has led him to present internationally and throughout the United States.

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