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Your name: Madison Vince

Your classroom (Provide a brief description of your classroom/grade/subject/specialization, etc): 1st

grade classroom with all subjects taught.

Based on the definitions provided by this week and last weeks articles, along with the
examples on p. 52 of this weeks article, complete the chart below to provide specific
examples of how you would encourage CT and problem solving in your classroom.

CT Principle How you would define it How would it manifest in your

(in your own words) class

Collecting information on Collect data from a science

Data Collection students in classroom in experiment done in class. Keep
different subjects. Lets you know track of each students ability to
what there strong and weak read (reading level, sight word
areas are. tests)
Reading the data collected and Identifying patterns and trends in
Data Analysis interpreting what it means. the data collected above. Seeing
if there is any reason some
students are at similar levels of
How the data is shown or I will have students use different
Data Representation recorded. graphs when doing a science
See what the main functions and I will break down math problems
Problem Decomposition purposes of the methods are. into specific steps. Students will
complete each step to get the
Using different procedures and Read a nonfiction story then
Abstraction repeating these steps in order to read a fiction story and look at
perform a task. similarities and differences.
The formula used to solve This will be seen in my
Algorithms and Procedures problems and implement in classroom through math lessons
problem areas. using different algorithms. Also
in instructions and when solving
real-world math problems.
Tools or technology used in Using spell check when writing
Automation order to complete problems. instructions.

Dividing up data so that it can be Using excel then sharing it with

Parallelization processed side by side. a peer to look over and edit.

Acting out or recreating different Animated read aloud acting out

Simulation problems to teach something. the different characters in the
book. (voices, accent, prosody)