Below is an example Math lesson which I designed and taught last year.
Below is the second half of the lesson, using computer coding.

For Math as well as all subjects, I plan based on the curriculum outcomes. I pull from a variety of sources including, but not limited to Nelson's Math, Mike Wymer, Investigations and web based sources. I work closely with my team members to provide the best possible opportunities to differentiate. In addition to our daily in class math lessons, we also provide students with Math clubs.
Math clubs are targeted lessons run by the 5th grade teachers. Students are given the choice of which math club they feel they should join for the week. For example a child may feel they need extra help on long division so they choose to go to that club for the week. Extension activities are also provided through Math clubs and in my daily lessons. Students are given preassesments to each Math unit of study. If a student demonstrates prior knowledge on any specific Math topic, they are given an extension activity for that particular lesson. This is set up through my math wikis and One Note Notebooks. Some of the key components of my Math program are:
