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We would be learning to...

__Common Themes__We would be learning to...

-To use Newman's Prompts to solve maths word problems

-To use and apply a range of strategies for different operations

-To show their thinking and explain their reasoning using the language of maths

- To apply the most efficient strategy and justify this choice

- To focus on the process rather than the 'correct answer'

- To revoice/rephrase or add on to the reasoning of other students

- To be OK with making mistakes

- To

**What we wonder...**

- Are students working on problems together, or are they only ever working independently?

-Will we continue using NPs across different strands?

-Will we apply this process to authentic problems (eg PBL related)?

-If students have the strategies to deal with other strands?

-How many student are familiar with talk moves?

-What materials do we need to have available (for other strands as well, eg volume etc?

**What we as a staff want to learnt next**

- Incorporating talk moves into our programs & lesson

-The best way to ensure the L.O., Ess Q & Success Criteria are displayed throughout the whole lesson to be referred to at different points (when on IWB we move on to a new slide, could we go back to using the L.O boards? )

-Extending/working with more able students?

-Investigate 'flipped classroom' (both extending and building)

-Peer tutoring