No Series: Elementary Math: How Do They Do It in Hungary?

Elementary Math: How Do They Do It in Hungary?

Lesson Objective: See how Hungarian schools approach elementary mathematics instruction
Grades K-5 / Math / Manipulatives
27 MIN

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Discussion and Supporting Materials

Thought starters

  1. How is the pedagogical approach of Hungarian schools similar to and different from yours?
  2. Your school's?
  3. Notice the significant focus on manipulating concrete objects. Why is this important?
  4. What strategies are used to develop strong number sense?

6 Comments

  • Private message to nassra mohsin

it is so iinterseting to see how hungarian people teach their students different ways

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  • Private message to nassra mohsin

it is very iterrestig to see how other coutries find ways to learn math and devolopig to lear together

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  • Private message to Megan S

It is very interesting seeing the similarities of using the concrete objects and then paper visuals to support math concepts in Hungary to us in BC, Canada. In the teacher education program, we learn how this is an effective strategy to make connections from learners real lives to the math world in the classroom. Really enjoyed the video, thanks for sharing!

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  • Private message to Lynne Bell
It is interesting to see whole class teaching. Here in New Zealand we mainly teach small groups.
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  • Private message to lakshmi suresh
It is really interesting to see how the teacher teaches for the whole class together along with sophisticated teaching aids and manipulative.
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