R-1-1 Math Now: 6-12 Using the 5!: Notice/Wonder and Which One Doesn't Belong? - An Asynchronous Session - 30115
So, exactly what are we TALKING about? The 5 Practices of Mathematical Discourse are a systematic way to craft math tasks to promote student learning through student discourse. Aimed at bringing a voice to all students, this session will allow participants to experience the parts of successful discourse strategies. This will leverage discourse as a driver for student success. Notice/Wonder and Which One Doesn't Belong? are math discourse activities that are low-floor/high-ceiling tasks aimed at getting all students into the conversation. Looking at each activity through the lens of 5 Practices of Mathematical Discourse, the participants will explore each activity as a student and as a teacher. Now that's what I'm TALKING about!
Schedule & Location
Teacher - High School (Grades 9-12), Teacher - Middle School (Grades 6-8), Teacher - Special Education, Instructional Leaders, Teacher Supervisors
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