Teaching elementary school students to participate in mathematics discourse: techniques that work
Presented by Paola Sztajn , Dan Heck and Kristen Malzahn
This session shares the idea that elementary school students need to learn to talk in productive ways during mathematics instruction and that ready-made techniques, when used in very purposeful ways, can effectively teach students how to talk in math class. Techniques from a successful professional development program will be shared.
Jun 09, 2020 07:00 PM : Building Agency, Fostering Identities, and Promoting Social Change via Social Justice Contexts
In this session, participants will experience how children's literature and other social justice contexts can be used to build agency, foster identities, and promote social change. NCTM's (2014) Mathematics Teaching Practices and other equitable teaching strategies will be highlighted. Participants will also examine student work and vignettes.