Anticipation Guides

*Note: This post is a work in progress.

Students need to listen, speak, read, and write about mathematics as well as archive their learning process.  Teachers need windows into their students’ minds, to see their thinking. 

Using Numbers I have created Anticipation Guides for students to assess their own understandings of mathematics content (before and after learning experiences).  

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With the integration of apps such as Explain Everything or SeeSaw, learners can annotate their thinking with text, language, and images/sketches.  Through the process of design, delivery, and reflection, students and teachers will have the opportunity to access their current level of understanding in relation to the developmental progression of learning mathematics.  

The button below provides access to Elementary, Middle School, and High School appropriate templates.

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The buttons below provide access to grade-specific Anticipation Guides in iCloud.

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