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In this episode we speak with Ilana Horn - A professor of math education at Vanderbilt University. Llana’s work is motivated by the underperformance of students in mathematics. Today we talk with Llana about her book Motivated and what is needed to START to motivate your students. 

Ilana calls her book the prequel to Peg Smith and Mary K. Stein’s book The 5 Practices to Orchestrating Productive Mathematical Discussions and we can’t agree more. There’s so much that we overlook when planning lessons that will either make or break what you do in the classroom. 

You’ll Learn: 

  • The two most important things to consider when motivating your students. 
  • How to help colleagues motivate students. 
  • What it means to be smart at math

Resources:

Ilanahorn.com 

Motivated [Book] - Ilana Horn

Twitter: @ilana_horn

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