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National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM)
44th Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, April 23-25, 2012

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)
Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, April 25-28, 2012

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NCTM 2012 Presentations || Pop Math Forums || PoW Prize Package [pdf]

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NCSM/NCTM 2012 Resources

Introduction: Programs & Possibilities
 
About the Math Forum @ Drexel
AboutTheMathForumSpring.pdf
Professional Development
PDHandoutNCTM.pdf
Financial Education in the Math Classroom
MathForumFinancialEducation.pdf
Drexel University Online: Graduate Programs in Math Education
drexel_graduate_program_mathed.pdf
Join the Conversations at the Math Forum
join_the_mathforum.pdf
Take Dr. Math With You!
drmath.handout.pdf
Folding the Forum Logo
fractallogo.pdf
Free Online Resources
free_resource_list_handout.pdf
 
Problem-Solving Practices at the Math Forum
 
Mastering the Common Core Mathematical Practices
Through Problem-Solving Strategies
mastering_common_core.pdf
Problem Solving and Communication Activity Series
PSC_Activity_Series.pdf
How to Start Problem Solving in Your Classroom
PoWsGettingStarted.pdf
Think You Don't Have Time to Use the PoWs?
PoWsDontHaveTime.pdf
Scaffolding for the Math Writing (and talking) Process
PoWsWriting.pdf
Focus on Student Practice
communicator.article.mar.2012.pdf
Problem Solving-It Has to Begin with Noticing and Wondering
communicator.article.dec.2010.pdf
Writing to Develop Understanding: The Math Forum @ Drexel's PoWs
communicator.article.dec.2006.pdf
 
Math Forum Blogs
 
Thoughts, ideas, links, and opportunities to discuss developing students' problem solving and communication practices.
Elementary Mathematical Practices
Problems of the Week Blog (free scenarios)
The Max Ray Blog
Suzanne at the Math Forum
 
Problems of the Week Samples & Support Material
 
The Problems of the Week: Scenario Smorgasbord
scenario_smorgasbord.pdf
Samples of Our Problems
samplepowsall.pdf
PoWs in the Classroom
process.pdf
The PoW Scoring Rubric
rubric.pdf
What are the Problems of the Week and Why Should I Use Them?
whatarethepows.pdf
Primary PoW Packet: How Many Berries Did I Eat?
packet4451.pdf
Math Fundamentals PoW Packet: Mr. Lincoln's Line
packet4027.pdf
Pre-Algebra PoW Packet: A Pound of Valentine's Chocolates
packet3644.pdf
Algebra PoW Packet: Math Club Mystery
packet4036.pdf
Geometry PoW Packet: Extending the Enneagon
packet435.pdf
 
Math Forum Ignite Talks
 
2011 Indianapolis
Max Ray: Why 2 > 4: A Proof by Induction
Annie Fetter: Ever Wonder What They'd Notice?
Steve Weimar: Why Did You Do That?
2012 Philadelphia
Max Ray: Fun with Trig Identities [download pdf]
Annie Fetter: The Teacher I Would Have Been [download pdf]
Steve Weimar: What do we 'no'? [download pdf]
 
Math Forum Videos
 
Videos to prompt problem solving and/or demonstrate Math Forum's strategies in classrooms.
Suzanne's Classroom Videos
Video Scenario: Charlie's Gumballs
Video Scenario: Val's Values
Video Scenario: Visiting Friends
 

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