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Posts tagged as: math talk

Historical Events Rooted in Math: Opener Activities for Your Class

by Math Solutions Professional Learning Team, May 03rd, 2017

It may surprise your students that many events in history present ways to explore mathematical ideas. In Day-to-Day Math: Activities for Grades 3-6, Susan Ohanian offers thought-provoking math class “openers” using interesting historical events.  Here are a few events to start your classroom…



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Math Talk Bundle Giveaway

by Math Solutions Professional Learning Team, April 01st, 2017

Missing out on the NCTM and NCSM fun? Don’t worry, we have professional learning resources up for grabs, and it doesn’t require a plane ride to San Antonio! You can enter to win our award-winning math discourse resources featured in…



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Join Math Solutions on Twitter for a live #MathTalkChat!

by Math Solutions Professional Learning Team, January 18th, 2017

It’s time to talk fractions! Mark your calendar for a live Twitter #MathTalkChat with @Math_Solutions next Wednesday, January 25th at 8pm ET / 5pm PT.



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Classroom Discussions: Using Math Talk in Elementary Classrooms

by Math Solutions Professional Learning Team, May 20th, 2016

by Suzanne H. Chapin, Catherine O’Connor, and Nancy Canavan Anderson Click here to download PDF Teachers typically are comfortable leading classroom discussions when teaching literature or providing social studies instruction. They value these discussions and rely on them to support…



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Video Post: Get Students Talking

by Math Solutions Professional Learning Team, December 01st, 2015

Math talk is the practice of using conversation and questions to help your students learn to reason mathematically.



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What Does Academically Productive Talk Look Like?

by Math Solutions Professional Learning Team, September 01st, 2015

Here are the characteristics that define an academically rewarding conversation.



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Video Post: Establishing Accountability During Math Talk

by Math Solutions Professional Learning Team, August 22nd, 2015

Math talk is the practice of discussing reasoning in class, and it helps students learn to think critically about the subject.



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Tips for Planning a Talk-Based Lesson

by Math Solutions Professional Learning Team, May 21st, 2015

Here are tips for creating effective talk-based lessons.



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Math Solutions Instructional Practices Inventory

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