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? (

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

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 (

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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