Scenes from a Dynamic Math Classroom
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|In a dynamic math classroom, "discourse between teacher and students produces engagement and learning." Posts, which date back to July, 2008, include ISTE 2011 Reflections - My presentation," "Crowdsourcing Jr. Classroom Activity," "Supermarkets marketing strategies 101: How to pull the wool over the shopper's eyes," "Deceiving graphs," "Be less helpful? It Depends," "Another math app added to the Apple Apps store," "Doing homework 2.0," "Was Belicheck's math right when he said: 'I thought it was our best chance to win,'" and "WCYDWT (What can you do with this): How Big is the Gorilla?" and "Measuring Circles: Good idea, bad pedagogy?" In his book The Wannado Curriculum: A Math Teacher's Journey to the Dynamic Math 2.0 Classroom, this self-described "math educator on the loose" presents glimpses of "what 21st century math teaching and learning could look like if, we truly embrace a student driven, teacher supported, national approach."|
|Levels:||Elementary, Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)|
|Resource Types:||Web-Based Discussions|
|Math Ed Topics:||Technology in Math Ed|
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