Tag Archives: pattern

180 Opportunities to Notice

In my previous post, Provide Massive Space to Notice, I described how to repeatedly use the same dot pattern to promote noticing.  In this post, I would simply like to give you 10 pages of dot patterns which you can download and use with your students.  The purpose is to promote a wide variety of seeking perspectives, noticing , and recording observations in ways that can be very useful.  Simply watch… Read Article →

Provide Massive Space to notice

Give students several copies of the same image – along with ample space to notice – and they will amaze you.  In this post, you’ll be taken on a tour of noticing.  At the end of the video, you’ll find a page which you can download and use with your students.  I encourage you to show the video to your class, pause it at the strategic point I’ve indicated in the recording,… Read Article →

These Dots Will Grow On You

Nearing the end of the Subitizing Series, I wanted to take time to detail a single math question, while placing an emphasis on noticing.  The result is the video below:  These Dots Will Grow on You.  I encourage you to download the resources and to use them in class while providing your students with plenty of time to notice.  Enjoy!   THE SUBITIZING SERIES     (Click on any link… Read Article →

Letting Noticing Lead to Wondering

This post is simply my moving squares around using PowerPoint and letting it lead me to wonder about mathematical concepts.  You should watch it and see if it makes you wonder, too.