Blake E. Peterson, Department of Mathematics Education, Brigham Young University, visited the Reflecting on Practice session on Thursday, July 15 to present Orchestrating Mathematical Discussions: What is the Goal?
transcript: Bridges, linear or not [MS Word] [PDF]
transcript: Michele, 9-14-06 [MS Word] [PDF]
Powerpoint: Orchestrating Class Discussions [download PPTX] [view HTML]
Peterson, B. E., & Leatham, K. R. (2009). Learning to use students' mathematical thinking. In L. Knott (Ed.), The role of mathematics discourse in producing leaders of discourse (pp. 99-128). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Thompson, A., Philipp, R., Thompson, P., & Boyd, B (1994). Calculational and Conceptual Orientations in Teaching Mathematics. NCTM 1994 Yearbook.
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