Same But Different Math Helping Students Connect Concepts, Build Number Sense, and Deepen Understanding
Same But Different Math is a powerful routine to help students improve their mathematical reasoning, clarify concepts and make critical connections between ideas. Popular math consultant Sue Looney takes you step by step through implementation so you can easily add this routine into your toolbox. She establishes the rationale for the routine and then walks you through specific examples of when to use it, how to use it and how to make specific connections for learners. Throughout the book, you’ll find examples of lessons with images from a range of grade levels and mathematical content to show you the routine in action. There are also exercises for you to complete while reading to help you apply what you’ve learned, as well as a handy planning section with a template and resource links. In addition, there are Appendices featuring additional examples, which you can download from our website www.routledge.com/9781032126555 for classroom use. With the helpful features in this book, you’ll come away confidently able to implement this routine, bringing all your students to deeper levels of understanding in math.
1. Why Use the Same But Different Math Routine? 2. When Should I Use This Routine? 3. A Routine with Students at the Center: Part 1 of the Protocol 4. Teacher Moves: Part 2 of the Protocol 5. Now It’s Your Turn!