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  • Tracy Martel

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    July 6, 2020 at 3:03 pm

    When I first started teaching, I would either follow the textbook or teach strand blocks which I always found myself struggling in getting all the necessary grades needed to have to finalize the report cards. Then I was starting to weave together different mathematics strands together as I planned units; this greatly helped me to ensure that I had all of the grades necessary for the report cards. However, I would rarely go back and review the expectation throughout the school year which is why I really like the concept of Spiralling the Curriculum. It not only helps the students to understand and retain their learning but helps the teacher know which concepts that needs to be reviewed throughout the year. I’ve also used the TIPS4MATH website for ideas to integrate within my lessons, such a great resource.

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