Series: Focus on the Child

Daily Attendance Chart with Child 27

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A student explains how his classroom’s attendance chart is used. Creating mathematical routines in the classroom can help children make connections between math and their everyday lives.

Focus on the Child videos are taken from one-on-one interviews with individual children. The interviews are designed to elicit evidence of children’s mathematical thinking. They are not teaching episodes or formal assessments.

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Big Idea

It is useful to compare parts of the data and to draw conclusions about the data as a whole. More

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Data must be represented in order to be interpreted, and how data are gathered and organized depends on the question. More

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Common Core Alignment

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Foundational Math Concepts

Source: 10-11 Pre-K Training Video • Copyright: © Erikson Institute • Content ID: EMTR050 ①

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    janelle stefanski

    December 20, 2016 at 12:04pm

    this helps out alot.

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    Maria

    August 15, 2017 at 1:27pm

    I think that creating a daily attendance chart helps the students understand the importance of routine and organization

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    Advije M

    September 9, 2017 at 1:47pm

    Routines are very important for children to provide security and stability. Using charts like daily attendance can help provide examples of early math and are relatable to children because it is something done daily, and it is an authentic way to teach them these math concepts.

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