Teaching our children to think and reason mathematically is a challenge, not because students can’t learn to think mathematically, but because we must change our own often deeply-rooted teaching habits. This is where instructional routines come in. Their predictable design and repeatable nature support both teachers and students to develop new habits.
Action steps to engaging secondary students by teaching with vulnerability.
High school math is failing many students. Out-of-date and stale curricula are not only dull, but perpetuate inequity by limiting opportunities and failing to prepare a majority of students for life in the 21st century.
Listening to Learn is a K–5 digital interview tool that helps teachers learn how their students reason numerically. The interviews can be used throughout the year to help guide instructional planning. Listening to Learn also includes interactive professional learning labs to support teachers.
Find out from Jennifer Serravallo how just a few minutes of purposeful, responsive teaching can have a big impact when you teach writing in small groups. Great as your small-groups go-to resource and even better when paired with Jen's Writing Strategies Book.
Online resources now include Spanish transadaptations for selected passages and forms.