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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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The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

Reflections

At the end of the year I invited each of my students to bring his or her parents and siblings to my home for a visit and family conference.  During Stephen’s conference, he  began to tell his mom and dad about our most recent word problem in class.   I pulled out his papers so that he could show them his work.  He  was so articulate that I stopped him after a minute or so, ran inside to get my camera, asked him to start over, and filmed his explanation.

analysis of Stephen's work

First Grader explains his work to his parents
Shortly after the school year ends, each student's family visited me at my home.
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Sue Lampkin reflects on Stephen's learning

Sue and Matt discuss Stephen's work several weeks after the school year ended.

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June 5, 2006