Video Instruction

For over 20 years the lesson-by-lesson video instruction has been a cornerstone of the Math-U-See system. Author Steve Demme’s unique approach and style has reached hundreds of thousands of teachers and students. Each lesson has its own video segment, which is designed to address the pedagogical content knowledge for teaching the foundational knowledge of each concept. The video instruction will provide a variety of ideas and ways to teach the lesson regardless of the form of instruction used.

Here’s a sample lesson from the Beta Level, lesson 11 – Multiple Digit Addition with Regrouping:

About the Videos:

In each of the videos through all levels of the curriculum, Mr. Demme is teaching a classroom of students. The student response and interaction shown gives an understanding of the model to be used with students. Any manipulatives used to illustrate the concept will also be demonstrated in the video lessons.

Most lessons in the elementary levels are between 5-7 minutes in length. As the concepts increase in complexity, the video lessons will increase in time. An average Secondary Math lesson is approximately 8-12 minutes in length.

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