Write a minimum of one (1) page for each question with a minimum of two (2) references of each question. 1.
an explanation of one task that you think requires low-level cognitive demand and one that requires high-level cognitive demand. Justify your classifications. Then, suggest strategies for increasing the level of cognitive demand for the low-level task. 2.
an explanation of at least two different strategies for solving the mathematical task. Include the mathematical thinking you used as you applied your strategies. Identify misconceptions that may occur while students work on this task. If you had difficulties in solving the task, indicate the challenges you had in solving the task. 3.
Post an explanation of how you would adapt the mathematical task to meet the needs of two or more of the populations listed above without lowering the cognitive demands of the task. Provide justification for each of your recommendations. 4.
Post your evaluation of the questioning strategies you observed in the video program. Explain what worked well in the lessons in terms of teacher or student questioning, what could have been done differently to improve the learning experience(s), and why. Describe the questioning strategies that you use in your own classroom and explain any challenges that you face while guiding classroom discussions. 5.
a brief description of the assessment strategy you selected including its purpose(s). Explain its benefits and limitations. Include information from this week’s Learning Resources and from your research to support your response. Post the link(s) or cite the resources that informed your post. 6.
an explanation of how you might use two samples of student work to address misconceptions that are revealed in the work. Be sure to explain the order in which you would present the samples and connections you might make between them.