I find that seeing examples of lessons and activities from other teachers helps me visualize how that activity could be used in my classroom. This is especially true while we’re teaching through this pandemic.
How do you create a culture of engagement and participation in your math class to ensure students are leaning in to learn?
Then, once students are leaning in, how are we going to tackle new mathematical ideas in a way that builds the necessary conceptual understanding and develops procedural fluency over time?
Finally, how can we craft our lessons in such a way that every student can access the mathematical content and don’t throw their arms up in frustration?
A 30 DAY 30 VIDEO SERIES 1 MINUTE AT A TIME THAT GIVES YOU A PEEK INTO A REAL MATH CLASS DOING THE REAL WORK OF SPARKING CURIOSITY AND FUELLING SENSE MAKING.
CREATE VISIBLE RANDOM GROUPING CARDS IN YOUR CLASSROOM. CREATE DIFFERENT GROUPINGS ON THE FLY!