Lego Fraction game: Love this example for students who are into Legos. This is a great way for students to learn commonly used fractions in an exciting way. It supports the NCTM standard of representing commonly used fractions.
Math centres is an example of the learning centres we looked at in class. I think it hits on some ways to differentiate lessons and engage students. I think it hits on professional practice as its a great resource to use in the classroom.
Especially as a IS Teacher I would like to have posters around the room to help remind the students of material covered. I would also allow the students to use the posters during a test- the posters might not be the main idea of the test but it could be a
The Fraction Pizza is an awesome way to differentiate when teaching fractions. Understand a fraction a/b with as a sum of fractions . Understand addition and subtraction of fractions as joining and separating parts referring to the same whole.