Think Aloud in Mathematics [Video - 6:09] (2010)

Featuring Kate Nonesuch, Literacy Educator and Curriculum Writer

This video features literacy educator Kate Nonesuch, explaining how an instructor can use thinking aloud to help adults learn math.

She uses a math problem that involves determining what percentage one number is of another. As she looks at the problem, she discusses aloud the points the problem raises; estimates her answer; and draws a diagram to help in her calculations.

The video is part of a series called The Teaching Toolbox, prepared by Literacy Nova Scotia.

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