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Starting Out With Cognitively Guided Instruction [Video]

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The new edition of Children's Mathematics explores the philosophy of Cognitively Guided Instruction (CGI) for helping children develop deep mathematical understanding. In today's post, which is the first in a series of video conversations, teacher Stacey Dominguez shares her reflections on using CGI in her classroom.

In this clip, Stacey discusses:

  • her impressions and learnings in her first years using Cognitively Guided Instruction
  • some early challenges with using Cognitively Guided Instruction and how she addressed them
  • learning to ask questions that promote deep mathematical thinking in students.

 
 
 
 
 
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Learn more about Children’s Mathematics and Cognitively Guided Instruction at Heinemann.com/ChildrensMath and preview the new edition by downloading a sample chapter.

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Topics: Video, Mathematics, Thomas Carpenter, CGI, Children’s Mathematics, Cognitively Guided Instruction, Elizabeth Fennema, Linda Levi, Math, Megan Loef Franke, Stacey Dominguez, Susan Empson

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