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Leading Learners To Level Up: Deepening Understanding of Mathematical Practices #LL2LU with @jgough @jwilson828 #NCTMAnnual

At the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference in Washington D. C., Jennifer Wilson (@jwilson828) and I presented the following session.

Leading Learners To Level Up:
Deepening Understanding of Mathematical Practices

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Salon C

Here’s our agenda:

8:00

 

  1. Opening remarks
  2. Council (30 seconds each): Share your name, school and grade level(s) or course(s) with your table; How are you feeling this morning?
8:10

 

Make Sense of Tasks and Persevere Solving Them (SMP 1)

8:30 Practice like we play… Talent isn’t born. It is grown

  • Odell Beckham Jr videos
  • Discuss effort, skill, and craft
8:30 Look for & Make Use of Structure (SMP 7)

  • Read the CCSS SMP and Mark-Up (Sentence, Phrase, Word)
  • What does it look like in the classroom?
    • Area of an equilateral triangle
    • Difference of Perfect Square
8:55 Goal setting: Back with my learners … Next steps
9:00 End of Session

Here’s my sketch note of our plan:

Here’s the slide deck:

Cross posted on Easing The Hurry Syndrome

#SlowMath – Looking for Structure and Noticing Regularity in Repeated Reasoning from @jwilson828 & @jgough #NCTMAnnual

At the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference in Washington D. C., Jennifer Wilson (@jwilson828) and I presented the following session.

#SlowMath – Looking for Structure
and Noticing Regularity in Repeated Reasoning
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 145 AB

How do we provide opportunities for students to learn to use structure and repeated reasoning? What expressions, equations, and diagrams require making what isn’t pictured visible? Let’s engage in tasks where making use of structure and repeated reasoning can provide an advantage and think about how to provide that same opportunity for students.

Here’s my sketch note of our plan:

Here’s our slide deck:

Cross posted on The Slow Math Movement