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Reasoning from Data and Chance
Exploring Discrete Math
Learning from Teaching Cases
Implementing Lesson Study
Algebraic Number Theory
Designing and Delivering
Room and Phone List
Ning: PCMI SSTP
- Day 6
The Role of Questions in Japanese Teaching
- Blake E. Peterson from Brigham Young University presented to the participants.
- Day 7, Part 1
- Participants share discoveries based on the work during the Reflecting on Teaching course.
- Day 7, Part 2
- Participants give feedback on the focus questions for "Never Say Anything a Kid Can Say!"
- Day 7, Part 3
- Teachers collect data from US math class in TIMSS video. They sorted questions as procedural, making connections, or neither.
- Day 8
- Participants look at two different videos of classroom instruction in US and look at the impact of pushing/probing questions on student learning.
- Day 9
Self Inventory / Big Ideas
- Participants engage in self inventory of their own questioning in the classroom.
- Participants develop a list of Big Ideas about linear systems in order to develop teacher questions around linear systems.
- Day 10
- Participants work in groups to develop pushing and probing questions about systems of equations.
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