• Apr 29, 2020 07:00 PM

Problems to Ponder: You Know You Have a Really Good Problem for You and Your Students When . . .

Presented by J. Michael Shaughnessy

In this session I propose to share with the participants some of the best 'Problems to Ponder' that I have encountered and used with many different groups of students and teachers for more than 40 years--with elementary, middle, and secondary math teachers, perspective teachers and their students! Participants will engage in collaborative pondering.

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