## Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Heading Back - Section 3: Center Time

I use centers in my room for a variety of reasons.  One is to allow students to have a sense of self choice in how they learn/practice their math skills.  The other is to easily pull together a small group for extra help, reteaching, etc.  Today was a perfect example of that.  After looking at the work from the previous class, I realized that one student needed to be retaught the concept, and two students made mistakes that I felt were computational and not conceptual.  The first video is of me working with the students.  I start with the two that are believed to have made computational errors and then move to the other child.  The second video is my reflection on the process and its purpose.

Developing a Conceptual Understanding: Reflection On Intervention

Unit 3: Counting & Comparing
Lesson 5 of 7

## Objective: SWBAT rote count both forwards and backwards from 1-30. They will also compare two quantities up to 10 and identify the greater number and count sets of objects by 1s.

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## Big Idea: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Now Stop and Turn It Around! That is the idea today as the students are introduced to the idea of counting back to 1.

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