EDT 622: Advanced Teaching Methods
This is a group course site for EDT 622 Advanced teaching Methods at Miami University.

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Knurek – PBL
PBL Lesson: “Height vs. Shoe Size” Standards: 8.SP.1: Construct and interpret scatter plots for bivariate measurement data to investigate patterns of association between two quantities. Describe patterns such as clustering, outliers, positive or negative association, linear association, and nonlinear association. … Continue reading
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Tagged correlation, height vs. shoe size, math, PBL, Statistics
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PBL – Heller
Project Overview: For this project, students will be working to create optimal bus routes for the school district. The district has determined that the bus routes are not longer the most effective or efficient based on many factors. Students will be … Continue reading
Posted in ProjectBased Learning
Tagged algebra I, bus routes, critical thinking, Linear functions, math, modeling, PBL, real world application
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Cooperative Learning Lessons – Markham
Team Building Lesson – Zoom Overview and Objectives: In a collaborative classroom, team building is an essential component of success. Students need to work together and support one another to truly function as a team while problem solving and learning … Continue reading
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Tagged cooperative learning, math, team building, Transformations
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Cooperative Learning – Knurek
TeamBuilding Lesson: “If You Build It…” Gumdrop and Toothpick Bridges Standards: 8.F.4: Construct a function to model a linear relationship between two quantities. Determine the rate of change and initial value of the function from a description of a relationship … Continue reading
Cooperative Learning – Heller
Team Building Activity: Set up: For this team building activity, students will be in small groups of 3 – 4 students. Materials: Each group will receive a set of 3 sticks, 6 colored rings and the following prompt: Set up: arrange the sticks … Continue reading
Posted in Cooperative Learning
Tagged algebra I, functions, math, problem solving, Quadratics, team building, TED talks
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CBCI Unit Plan – Markham
The following reflects an outline for an Algebra unit on factoring that was developed using CBCI philosophies as outlined in ConceptBased Curriculum and Instruction for the Thinking Classroom by Lynn Erickson, Lois Lanning, and Rachel French. Unit Title: Factoring: … Continue reading
Knurek – CBCI
Unit Title: Scientific Notation: Using Exponents to Make Meaning of the World Around Us! Conceptual Lens: Mathematical/Scientific, Researcher Unit Strands: Converting Between Scientific Notation and Standard Form Operations with Scientific Notation RealWorld Applications with Scientific Notation Web: Generalizations: Exponents can be … Continue reading
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Tagged CBCI, comparing, matching, math, scientific notation, standard form
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CBCI Lesson Plan – Heller
Unit Title: Linear Relationships: What will happen next? Subject: Algebra I Lesson Opening: You’ve already learned all of the building blocks of linear functions. We’ve worked with at least three different ways to represent linear relationships and have a strong understanding … Continue reading
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Tagged Algebra, analysis, CBCI, data, graphing, High School, Linear functions, making tables, math, predictions, research, writing equations
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Bradford – CBCI Lesson Plan
Area and Perimeter of Quadrilaterals and Triangles Conceptual Lens: Geometry Time Allocation: 34 Days Grade: 7th; taught as a review of 6th grade content Unit Overview: Area and perimeter are used all of the time in real life – from … Continue reading
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Tagged area, Geometry, irregular figures, math, middle school math, perimeter, polygons, quadrilaterals, triangles
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