OAKVILLE, ON — Open Questions for the Three-Part Lesson by Marian Small, has received a positive review from Anne Marie Landon, OCT, a principal with the Renfrew County Catholic District School Board, in Professionally Speaking magazine, the publication of the Ontario College of Teachers. The magazine of the Ontario College of Teachers featured Open Questions for the Three-Part Lesson in the review section “New At The Library” on page 42 of their December 2021 issue, giving educators insight of what the resources are all about.
In the review, Landon states, “[Open Questions] does provide well-organized, high-interest lessons to encourage student engagement and foster greater thought about how we teach math.” The full review can be found on the Professionally Speaking website.
Open Questions for the Three-Part Lesson, is separated into grade levels K–3 and 4–8, with focuses on the following subjects: number sense and numeration, measurement, patterning & algebra, geometry & spatial sense, data management & probability. In this professional learning series, Marian Small provides open questions for the three parts of the problem-solving lesson: Minds On, Action, and Consolidate. They are also available in French.
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