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Christina Marin a dedicated and reflective middle school teacher from the Bay Area in California. We talk with christina today about struggles around how students are resistant to learning through productive struggle. Especially students who have been successful in traditional math classes. 

In our conversation we talk  about how using purposeful questioning and planning can give you the confidence you need to convince students that the struggle is worth it. 

You’ll Learn: 

  • How to use purposeful questions to keep students in a state of flow. 
  • How planning your learning goals and your consolidation will give your students confidence. 
  • How to convince parents that teaching through struggle is worthwhile. 

 

Resources: 

Principles to Action [Book] 

Stacking paper 

https://tapintoteenminds.com/3act-math/stacking-paper/

 

Voting Booth

“Every Vote Counts”

https://www.cemc.uwaterloo.ca/resources/potw/2014-15/POTWC-14-NN-PA-19-P.pdf

Principles to Actions - 8 effective teaching practices - Executive Summary

https://www.nctm.org/uploadedFiles/Standards_and_Positions/PtAExecutiveSummary.pdf

 

3 part math lesson - John Van De Walle & Kyle’s 4 part math lesson

https://tapintoteenminds.com/4-part-math-lesson/

 

Episode 33 - 5 Practices with Peg Smith 

http://makemathmoments.com/episode33

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