# MATH 392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Lev Vygotsky, Cultural-Historical PsychologyPremium

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Ball State UniversityDepartment

Mathematical SciencesCourse Code

MATH 392Professor

WoodwardLecture

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September 7, 2016

Models & Lesson Planning

Points of Focus:

What are models?

Learning theories: constructivism and sociocultural theory

Lesson Planning – Launch, Explore, Summary Method

Notes:

Key to transformation strategy: distance stays the same

oshow the SAMEness

Key to compensation strategy: correct yourself at the end

Models: representations of relationships that mathematicians have

constructed over time

olike maps to show or help someone’s thinking

Models OF thinking vs. models FOR thinking

oOF: to show someone’s thinking

oFROM: kids start using it to facilitate thinking

on paper or mentally

introduce to students by using models to explain—NOT as another

algorithm

“Invented strategies are what we use to learn.”

Problem Solving: what you do when you don’t know what to do

ouse invented strategies

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