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Jul 8, 2020 1:54am
In the video, the teacher reminded the students of what they have learned previously and builds on that knowledge by having the students think critically of the methods they can use to get the answer to what they already know. She gave them some equations and asked them to explain to the person next to them how they arrived at the answers. The class discussed all the strategies and made a list of them. There are different ways to teach the same thing and different ways to arrive at the same solution. Students must be allowed to explore, research, and think critically to enable meaningful learning. Teachers should always guide students using Bloom’s Taxonomy to successfully achieve their teaching objectives.
May 22, 2020 3:27pm
The teacher builds on prior knowledge by first reminding students of their prior knowledge and having them brainstorm other strategies to get what they know. Then she sets up a problem and asks them to work it. They are to tell the person next to them the strategy they used. Then, as a class, they discuss the strategies and make a list of the strategies. The students enjoy letting their peers know new and different strategies and the teacher praises them for creative strategies. Students are encouraged through scaffolding and praise.
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