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Transforming Teacher Learning to Student Learning
Sue Lampkin - Mountain View, California - Kenneth E. Slater Elementary School
What first grade math teachers need to know

Addition and Subtraction
Problem Solving
Applying math knowledge to teaching practice

Looking closely at student learning

Faculty learning in collaboration

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Case Development:
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

Video footage of Teaching (full lessons)
Sue Lampkin - student working on Lesson 1

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Problem Solving Unit
Grade 1
Lesson 1 of 4

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Sue Lampkin - student working on Lesson 2

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Problem Solving Unit
Grade 1
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Sue Lampkin - student working on Lesson 3

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Problem Solving Unit
Grade 1
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Sue Lampkin - student working on Lesson 4

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Problem Solving Unit
Grade 1
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Video Footage of Teaching (clips)
Matt Ellinger - Create a visual model of the problem
Matt Ellinger
Create a visual model of the problem

Grade 1
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Matt Ellinger - Make the solving method an observable action
Matt Ellinger
Make the solving method an observable action
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Matt Ellinger - Reiterate
Matt Ellinger
Reiterate and/or check the sensibility of the answer
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Matt Ellinger - Attach an equation to the problem
Matt Ellinger
Attach an equation to the problem

Grade 1
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Matt Ellinger - Bridge newly accomplished work to related content
Matt Ellinger
Bridge newly accomplished work to related content
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Katharine Wilson - Question
Katharine Wilson
Question: what it is that we want to find out

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Katharine Wilson - Data
Katharine Wilson
Data: the information (often numbers) provided in the problem
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Katharine Wilson - Plan
Katharine Wilson
Plan: what we need to do with the data to solve

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Katharine Wilson - Answer
Katharine Wilson
Answer: the outcome of the plan


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Katharine Wilson - Check

Katharine Wilson
Check: looking carefully to see if the answer is correct
Grade 2

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Sue Lampkin - Teaching dilemma with Comparison
Sue Lampkin
Teaching dilemma with Comparison
Grade 1


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Alice McNally - Teaching dilemma with Comparison
Alice McNally
Teaching dilemma with Comparison
Grade 1


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Conversations Among Teachers
Papers on desk
Matt Ellinger and I really get into the nitty gritty of comparison.
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video/tv
Katharine Wilson agrees to trade videos of lessons and discuss them.

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metting/discussion
Teachers discuss how explicit they need to be when analyzing problems.
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more discussion
More discussion of comparison
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discussion
Teachers also discuss what to do when some kids know the answer right away.
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discussion (close-up)
Cohort analyzes which comparson problems are harder.

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Faculty Meeting Footage
demonstrating
Increasing/Combining
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studying
Separating Problems
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at board, comparing
Comparison Problems
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at board, comparing (more)
More Comparison
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meeting/discussion
Taking Away
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Video of Student Work
Varun day 1
looking at camera
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Varun day 2
writing
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Varun day 3
reading
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Varun day 4
hands
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Jane day 1
looking at camera
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Jane day 2
writing
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Jane day 3
reading
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Jane day 4
hands
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Vicente day 1
thinking
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Vicente day 2
writing
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Vicente day 3
writing/thinking
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Vicente day 4
student with teacher
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Reflection and Commentary
Dr. Ma
Dr. Ma comments on some terms in mathematics
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student with parents

First Grader explains his work to his parents

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Sue Lampkin
Sue Lampkin reflects on Stephen's learning and her teaching
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Sue reflects on her teaching immediately after class.
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