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  1. Exploring Foundational Principle: “Design a responsive mathematics learning environment.”

  2. “Effective teachers…. know that a wrong answer might indicate unexpected thinking rather than a lack of understanding; equally, a correct answer may be arrived at via faulty thinking.” –Anthony, G., & Walshaw, M. (2009)

  3. Goals of this session Deepen knowledge and understanding of the Foundational Principle – “Design a responsive mathematics learning environment.” Connect this knowledge and understanding to a selected resource Share this learning with your team deciding how it may impact your work

  4. Reading/ Reflecting upon Foundational Principle - “Design a responsive mathematics learning environment.” As you read page 8, reflect upon and record the strengths and challenges in relation to this principle in your work.

  5. A Researcher’s View Dan Meyer, Stanford University - “Build understanding of effective mathematics instruction” http://www.curriculum.org/k-12/en/videos/transforming-classroom-culture How do Dan Meyer’s comments enhance your understanding of the Foundational Principle -“Design a responsive mathematics learning environment”?

  6. Table Talk What resonates with you in relation to this Foundational Principle - “Design a responsive mathematics learning environment.”

  7. SelectedResources Summary of Results and Strategies for Teachers, 2012–2013

  8. “Design a responsive mathematics learning environment.” So What? Now What? What are the implications for your work?

  9. Learning From and With Each Other How might this principle, “Design a responsive mathematics learning environment”, support you in being more intentional and precise in your work? Record ideas to share with your Board Team.

  10. Additional Resources http://edugains.ca/newsite/math2/index.html http://www.edugains.ca/resourcesLNS/MathResources/MathematicsResourceInventory.pdf http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/literacynumeracy/inspire/research/capacityBuilding.html