Math Enrichment and KEY
A place where learners POP!
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In math enrichment we emphasize use of our POP goals to enhance learning in the classroom. Through the development of perseverance, ownership and practice we work to find and use strategies, explore thinking, take risks, brainstorm solutions, explain our thinking to create depth to our learning. We celebrate our successes and learn from our failures. I work to foster and develop a growth mindset in my students thus, creating a place were learners can thrive.
Help your child develop a
by asking a few of the questions below!
Instead of asking your child, “How was your day?”, you can encourage a “growth mindset” by changing your words. Mark Pickett offers some suggestions. Try one of these questions
What happened today that made you keep on going?
What can you learn from this?
What mistake did you make that taught you something?
What did you try hard at today?
What strategy are you going to try now?
What will you do to challenge yourself today?
What will you do to improve your work?
What will you do to improve your talent?
What will you do to solve this problem?
The KEY program is an enrichment program offered to 4th and 5th graders that demonstrate
creativity, task commitment and academic ability.
We look at a variety factors in determining a readiness for the KEY program. These factors range from classroom teacher evaluations, work habits, personal traits,a student created project and the scores from the OLSAT test. All
of these components get mixed together and the outcome is a group of
self motivated, creative learners that are ready to delve deeper into a
variety of Language Arts materials.
Students are screened in the late winter/spring for the following year.