Three-part Lessons and Bansho

three part mathExamples

1. What do 3-part lessons look like? Visit Runde’s Room to read about this teacher’s experience with 3-part lesson planning and delivery.

2. Three-part lessons – What is a Math Congress? (teachingrocks.ca)

3. Three-part lessons – What is a Gallery Walk? (teachingrocks.ca)

4. Article – Sketch of Three-Part Lesson (Professionally Speaking, 2007)

Bansho Resources

1. What is Bansho? (Professionally Speaking, OCT website)

2. Using Ontario Bansho – A Collective Thinkpad – a slideshow presented by the Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat, OAME conference (2007).

3. Improving Blackboard Organization to Enhance Students’ Mathematical Thinking and Understanding (globaledresources.com)

4. Bansho Pinterest board

5. Posters for Talking About Math – Question Prompts – these are great to use when working with small groups or for consolidating student learning at the the end of a three-part math lesson.

Instructional Videos for Teachers

1. Co-planning, Co-teaching and Supporting Student Learning (Ontario Ministry of Education, 2011)

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