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Gain an understanding of the CGI Math problem types and use them as a vehicle for implementing the Common Core Standards for math in your classroom.

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Learn how to create a classroom environment that puts the Standards for Math Practice into action and develop routines that increase productive struggle, student discourse, and strategic thinking in your classroom.

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Develop routines and practices that support English Language Learners and all students’ ability to increase their reading, writing, vocabulary, and comprehension strategies in mathematics.

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Cognitively Guided Instruction

 

Cognitively Guided Instruction (CGI) is research that is based on over 30 years of questioning how students think about math. It is not a one size fits all math program. A CGI approach to math allows teachers to better understand the common core state standards and how to meet their rigorous demands. CGI supports teachers in planning purposeful problems that allow students to develop a deeper conceptual and procedural understanding of math; this leads students to develop meaningful problem solving strategies that become more sophisticated over time.

Students, in CGI classrooms, are allowed to solve problems in ways that make sense to them and as a result of this, they can reason about math, explain their thinking both orally and through written work, and make connections to more complex and formal strategies. Students gain more confidence and persevere because they see that math makes sense and that they are capable  and competent problem solvers!

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The Struggle is Real!

| Cognitively Guided Instruction, Danielle Moore, English language learners, Instructional Strategies, Math Practices, Professional Development | No Comments

Teaching is tough and sometimes I have to wonder if I’m not the problem! I have been working with a class of fifth graders on measurement conversions and plotting those…

Keep, Flip, or Change the Problem Type

| Cognitively Guided Instruction, Danielle Moore, Differentiation, Elementary Mathematics, English language learners, Instructional Strategies, Math Practices | No Comments

There is a debate amongst teachers using Cognitively Guided Instruction in Math (CGI Math) as to whether or not to keep posing the same problem type for a week or two,…

Planning for Small Group Instruction

| Cognitively Guided Instruction, Danielle Moore, Differentiation, Elementary Mathematics, English language learners, Instructional Strategies, Math Strategies, Small Group Instruction, Student Conferences | No Comments

As you facilitate learning in your classroom your apt to notice trends in students’ thinking, partial conceptions, representations, and areas in need of growth. You can use students’ independent practice as…