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Then, I can plan learning/instructional modifications based on what they need to learn. I will need to give a clear idea to the students of what they will learn, help them to focus on the purpose of learning rather than completing an activity. It is important to have the learning goal aligned to the essential concept and skill because when I assess my students, it will be based on the learning goals. When it comes to mathematics, for every learning goal it will have objectives describing what students need to acquire. Teaching math can be a bit hard because some students will not understand the analytical and computational skill immediately. Planning a detailed lesson plan and handing it to students to execute can be helpful. This strategy is helpful because students will start to work on their own and then start asking me questions. In this matter, I can explain, demonstrate, and elucidate those areas that each student needs precisely. To have my students learn math, they will need to work in small groups cooperatively such as sharing explanations and applying their mathematical thinking skill. My activities will be created in a way that allows students to explore, extend, and evaluate their progress. Many students hate math because they believe it is very difficult to comprehend. If a teacher teaches math in a concise and

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Multiple choice questions will never be used in my classroom because such tests only reflect on memorization instead of the student’s understanding of the material. One way I can assess my students is by their performance such as demonstrating what they have learned and how to solve a complex problem. In addition to assessing students, I will need to assess and improve my teaching. Some main sources I can use to assess my teaching is self-reflection, student feedback, and peer observation. For example, a small group discussion or open-ended feedback forms is all important to get information from my students since they are the learners. Not to forget, collaborating with colleagues is a valuable way to get multiple perspectives on teaching and