Powerful Mathematics Instructional Practices
Build students' procedural and reasoning skills and deepen their understanding of math concepts

Publication August 2018 (revised December 2020)2 pages(18V16)

Powerful Mathematics Instructional Practices Quick Reference GuideThis quick-reference guide presents examples of teacher and student behaviors and learning artifacts found in classrooms that embrace SREB’s six Powerful Mathematics Instructional Practices.

  • Planning for and Ensuring a Balanced Approach to Mathematics
  • Engaging Students in Assignments That Matter
  • Utilizing Questioning and Feedback for Deeper Understanding
  • Using Formative Assessment Data
  • Fostering a Classroom Environment That Supports Student Ownership of Learning
  • Reflecting on Teaching Practice

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