In her #CMCS15 session, Jennifer Wilson (@jwilson828) asks:
How might we leverage technology to build procedural fluency from conceptual understanding? What if we encourage sketching to show connections?
What if we explore right triangle trigonometry and equations of circles through the lens of the Slow Math Movement? Will we learn more deeply, identify patterns, and make connections?
How might we promote and facilitate deep practice?
This is not ordinary practice. This is something else: a highly targeted, error-focused process. Something is growing, being built. (Coyle, 4 pag.)
What if we S…L…O…W… down?
How might we leverage technology to take deliberate, individualized dynamic actions? What will we notice and observe?
Can we Will we What happens when we will take time to note what we are noticing and track our thinking?
What is lost by the time we save being efficient, by telling? How might we ask rather than tell?
#SlowMath Movement = #DeepPractice + #AskDontTell
What if we offer more opportunities to deepen understanding by investigation, inquiry, and deep practice?
Coyle, Daniel (2009-04-16). The Talent Code: Greatness Isn’t Born. It’s Grown. Here’s How. Random House, Inc.. Kindle Edition.