#MTMSchat on Refining and Exploring Our Beliefs About Teaching Mathematics
join us on February 21, 2018 at 9:00 P.M. EST on Twitter using #MTMSchat as we discuss a series of four blog posts written by Levi Patrick.
In this four-part series, Levi Patrick discusses refining and exploring our beliefs about teaching mathematics:
I Would Like to Disagree, I Think
Should Slope-Intercept be King? A Case for Standard Form’s Ascension
Symptoms, Not Solutions: A Case for Inspecting the Flipped Classroom and OERs
Levi Patrick serves Oklahoma as the director of computer science and secondary mathematics education. He is the vice president of program for the Association of State Supervisors of Mathematics and serves NCTM as chair of the Professional Development Services Committee. Patrick taught eighth grade, algebra 1, and geometry in Oklahoma City and in the Putnam City Public Schools, developed curriculum and mentoring programs as a mathematics specialist at the K20 Center for Education and Community Renewal at the University of Oklahoma, and has been involved in the development of the #OKMath community (
http://OKMathTeachers.com) and the Oklahoma Mathematics Alliance for the past few years. He and his wife, Roslyn, also an educator, live in Oklahoma City with their Jack Russell “Terror,” Piper.