Transforming the Classroom through the Standards for Mathematical Practice: Blackboard Collaborate Recording, Slide Deck, Handouts, and More Resources

Assessment, Teaching, and Learning SBCTC LogoThank you to Carren Walker of Collaborative for Ambitious Mathematics for her fabulous webinar yesterday!

Transforming the Classroom through the Standards for Mathematical Practice” presents online resources to support teachers who seek  to change both content and pedagogy in their courses, with a focus on active learning, formative assessment, and specific examples of tasks and approaches.

Carren Walker

Click here to view the Blackboard Collaborate recording

Click here for Carren’s handouts from the presentation

Click here to view the slide deck from the presentation

Click here for a SHORT Survey of Your Participant/Viewing Experience

During the webinar, participants asked for a list of reading resources for more information.  Below are Carren’s recommendations:

  1. Sherin, M. Louis, D. & Mendez, E.P. (2000). Students’ Building on One Another’s Mathematical Ideas. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 6, 186-190.
  2. Lotan, R. (2003). Group-worthy tasks. Educational Leadership, 60(6), 72-75.
  3. Kazemi, E. (1998). Discourse that promotes conceptual understanding. Teaching children mathematics, 410-414.
  4. Herbel-Eisenmann, B.A., & Breyfogle, M.L. (2005). Questioning our Patterns of Understanding. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 10(9), 484-489.

Two long pieces:

  1. Staples, M. (2007). Promoting whole-class collaborative inquiry in a secondary mathematics classroom. Cognition & Instruction, 25(2), 161-217.
  2. Gresalfi, M. (2009). Taking up opportunities to learn: Constructing dispositions in mathematics classrooms. The Journal of the Learning Sciences, 18, 327-369.

Book:

Featherstone, H., Crespo, S., Jilk, L.M., Oslund, J. A., Parks, A. N., & Wood, M. B. (2011). Smarter together! Collaboration and equity in the elementary math classroom. Renton, VA: NCTM.

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