Which Way is Right? Problem-Solving in Mathematics

Posted by Richard Kingham on May 24, 2021

The Mona Lisa is surprisingly, almost shockingly, small. Yet its far-reaching influence has made it synonymous with greatness. “Well, that painting is good, but I mean, it’s not the Mona Lisa,” the armchair art critic will opine. Upon seeing it for the first time in real life, some observers remark with puzzlement and a hint of disappointment: “That’s it? Huh.” 

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Topics: mathematical reasoning, math, real world connection

The Ultimate Guide to Teaching with Mathematical Discourse | Part 1

Posted by Lindsey Sönmez on January 07, 2020

Math education means flipping flashcards, regurgitating formulas, powering through endless worksheets, and a whole lot of memorization, right? Think again.

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Topics: intentional discourse, mathematical reasoning, productive struggle, math