Math Inquiry Outside: Patterning

Math Inquiry Outside: Patterning (Create Dream Explore)

Math Inquiry Outside: Patterning

Learning Goals/Success Criteria for Math

Learning Goals/Success Criteria for Math More (measuring chart student)

'Look What I Can Do' display & documentation from L'Atelier School (",)

'Look What I Can Do' display & documentation from L'Atelier School (",)------- displaying process with the art product at art show/ on bulletin board. Could then be used later as process steps reminders when teaching.

This is an example of how a group of teachers in the classroom make their emergent planning process visible to each other, to families, and to other visitors of the school. They use stickie notes to record ideas about experiences they would like to offer children during the week (based on their current observations of the children) and place the stickies on the day of that week they plan to implement the idea. This style of display speaks to adults as the audience.

This is an example of how a group of teachers in the classroom make their…

This is what one teacher refers to as the "Keeping Track Board." It's purpose is to support children in seeing the continuity between the day's experiences and displays photos of the current happenings from the week that the children can revisit, discuss, and use as a catalyst for new experiences that build upon old experiences. While this style of display speaks mostly to children as the audience, it is also informative for adults.

support children in seeing the continuity between…

This is an example of how teachers might display the raw compilation of notes, photos, resources, etc. that they collect as they engage in a project with children. This style of display speaks to adults as the audience.

Documentation in process. "This is an example of how teachers might display the raw compilation of notes, photos, resources, etc. that they collect as they engage in a project with children. This style of display speaks to adults as the audience.

This is an example of how teachers might display the raw compilation of notes, photos, resources, etc. that they collect as they engage in a project with children. This style of display speaks to adults as the audience.

This is an example of how teachers might display the raw compilation of notes, photos, resources, etc. that they collect as they engage in a project with children. This style of display speaks to adults as the audience.

This is an example of a series of photos one might display that communicates a strong image of the child(ren) and tells a story about a child's encounter with a particular material. This style of display speaks to both children and adults as the audience.

This is an example of a series of photos one might display that communicates a strong image of the child(ren) and tells a story about a child's encounter with a particular material. This style of display speaks to both children and adults as the audience.

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