Math Ed SaidDecember 16: It's a Desmos holiday sweater!
Shared by: Shelley Carranza, Mike Maki, Stephanie Ling, Carolyn Spencer, Kathy Henderson, Melinda Lula, Ashley Bingenheimer, Andrew Shauver, Julia Finneyfrock, David Petersen, Desmos.com
December 17: In an interview with Carol Dweck in The Atlantic called "Don't Let Praise Become a Consolation Prize," we explore some of the ways growth mindset should and shouldn't be used.
Shared by: Patrick Honner, Marcie Lewis, Rebecca Gasper, Marilyn Burns, Chi Klein, Steven Strogatz, Ayodele Harrison
December 18: "How Big is 'Big'?" is another great post from Mark Chubb. It's difficult to develop number sense with large numbers, and in this post Mark explores some activities that can help or hinder the development of big-number sense.
Shared by: Mark Chubb, Andrea Ogden, Brandi Moore, Jamie Garner, Matthew Oldridge, Margie Pearse, Laura Wagenman
December 19: Dan Meyer asked us to makeover a system of equations.
Shared by: Jamie Duncan, Carolyn Spencer, George Woodbury, Nat Banting, Zach Cresswell, Denis Sheeran, Michael Welch, Amy Hogan, Matthew Oldridge, Rob Horcher, Dan Meyer
December 20: Progress continues on the Illustrative Mathematics curriculum.
Shared by: Ron King, Ashli Black, Andrew Gael, Sadie Estrella, Kristin Gray, Robert Kaplinsky, Geoff Krall, Kate Nowak, Judy Keeney, Vanessa Cerrahoglu, Joanie Funderburk, David Petersen, Mike Steele, Bowen Kerins, Nik Doran, Illustrative Maths
December 21: There's a companion website for Tracy Zager's new book, Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish You'd Had.
Shared by: Tyler Anderson, Sara VanDerWerf, Genni Steele, Mary Gambrel, Vanessa Cerrahoglu
|We might have been debating this in 1966.|
Shared by: Dan Meyer, Egan Chernoff, Brittany Cuchta, Steven Gnagni, Christopher Danielson, Vicki Carter, Andrew Gael, Matthew Oldridge, OCTM, Nick Gerhard