How rich math tasks help to build community and culture, provide rich assessment data, and support your students in seeing themselves as mathematicians.
Let’s think about our typical planning process for our mathematics lessons. We may: 1) find a task aligned to a standard, 2) make
We aren’t in the business of preparing our students to take tests for the rest of their lives. We aren’t in the business of helping our students learn to navigate school as the end-all, be-all model of life’s journey. Nope. As Jeff Wilhelm reminds us
Schmoker (2007) shares a quote related to PBL that is typically held up as an example of the model teacher making the changes necessary for students to be competitive in the Unites States:
He [a teacher] is always innovating. He has initiated interdisciplinary teaching, heavy use of technology, hands-on activities, and