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Wednesday, August 2 • 9:00am - 11:15am
Supporting Children's Mathematical Thinking: Cognitively Guided Instruction

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This session explores the informal strategies that young children use to solve simple computation problems involving addition and subtraction. The information presented is founded on pedagogical principals of Cognitively Guided Instruction, which is a research-based approach for supporting and developing children's efficient and robust strategies for solving problems that involve basic computation. Participants will review video vignettes that showcase children solving a variety of problem structures using a range of problem solving strategies, which begins with direct modeling and then progresses to more efficient mental counting strategies and eventual number fact retrieval. Participants will then discuss the requisite thinking and skill attainment the child used to solve the story problem presented in the video. The presenter will also review instructional strategies (e.g., games) for helping children attain numerical efficiency and problem solving acuity.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Brian Mowry

Dr. Brian Mowry

Manager of Curriculum and Instruction, Frog Street Press
Dr. Brian Mowry has worked in the Austin Independent School District for 23 years. He taught bilingual pre kindergarten for nine years and bilingual kindergarten for two years. He has earned various awards, including Teacher of the Year for two consecutive years and was recently named... Read More →



Wednesday August 2, 2017 9:00am - 11:15am CDT
JBWS 186 (Carter Auditorium)