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Small Group & Individualized Math Instruction

Grade 3 / Math / Differentiation

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This 19-minute Uncut Classroom footage was used to create:

Third Grade Math Routines

Third Grade Mental Math

Persistence in Problem Solving

Talking About Math: Sharing Strategies

What You'll See:

  • Math workshop
  • Differentiation
  • Mathematical modeling
  • Individual and small group instruction

Discussion and Supporting Materials

4 Comments

  • Private message to Julio Jacobo-Martinez

Reflection: I really enjoyed this video because I can relate to small group instruction. One of the most challenging parts of teaching is to be able to differentiated during a lesson. The teacher is doing an excellent job asking essential questions and promoting critical thinking during her small group instruction. The use of manipulatives in the classroom is essential for those kids learn in a different way. Her student stations were running smoothly while she was working with her small group. Class management is great and the kids are able to work independently allowing the teacher to support other students.  

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  • Private message to Gwen Schneider

I teach at a charter school in the Mat-Su Borough. I'm the special education provider and 504 coordinator for students KG -8th grade learning content through a second language. Some of our class groupings are multiage. I've been an educator in the Mat-Su for a long time . I support small groups in class and pull students for individualized instruction. One of my roles is support teachers implementing interventions for learners striving for success across all areas of academics.

I have three young adult children; two are in college, one is in trade school. I enjoy all that Alaska has to offer during winter, spring, summer, and fall. I travel as often as possible, mostly to see family in my lower 48 home state.

The video, Small Group and Individualized Math InstructionI, demonstrates what is possible with differentiation and well established routines/rules. I'm often asked by teachers and the RTI team for help implementing centers and small group instruction within a classroom. There were so many to choose from - I also liked the video from an Arizona multiage school using the outdoors and tennis shoes to teach dychotomies. 

Small Group & Individualized Math Instruction
Small Group & Individualized Math Instruction
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  • Private message to Gwen Schneider

I teach at a charter school in the Mat-Su Borough. I'm the special education provider and 504 coordinator for students KG -8th grade learning content through a second language. Some of our class groupings are multiage. I've been an educator in the Mat-Su for a long time . I support small groups in class and pull students for individualized instruction. One of my roles is support teachers implementing interventions for learners striving for success across all areas of academics.

I have three young adult children; two are in college, one is in trade school. I enjoy all that Alaska has to offer during winter, spring, summer, and fall. I travel as often as possible, mostly to see family in my lower 48 home state.

The video, Small Group and Individualized Math InstructionI, demonstrates what is possible with differentiation and well established routines/rules. I'm often asked by teachers and the RTI team for help implementing centers and small group instruction within a classroom. There were so many to choose from - I also liked the video from an Arizona multiage school using the outdoors and tennis shoes to teach dychotomies. 

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  • Private message to Jessica Hoffman
Domain 1: The teacher demonstrated a strong knowledge of the math curriculum. In pulling different groups of students, the teacher was able to meet the needs of all students. Domain 2: Students demonstrated that they felt respected by engaging with the teacher throughout the small group activity. The teacher continuously looked around the classroom to monitor all of the students. The classroom's physical space was neat and organized. Students knew where all classroom materials were. Domain 3: Instruction was clearly defined to the students. By pulling small groups of students, the teacher was able to guide instruction based on students needs. The teacher was flexible and was willing to help students throughout each area of the small group activity.
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