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Discussion Questions. Write one sentence to describe what you want every math student to know and be able to do when then they graduate from high school. What keeps a student from learning high quality mathematics well?

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discussion questions
Discussion Questions
  • Write one sentence to describe what you want every math student to know and be able to do when then they graduate from high school.
  • What keeps a student from learning high quality mathematics well?
  • In your classroom(s) or school(s), who’s doing the talking? the math problems? the thinking? the learning?
  • In your classroom(s) or school(s), who’s getting the good stuff?Why do you think other students may not be getting the good stuff?
  • Toward getting the good stuff: 
Identify one thing you can do in your classroom(s) or school(s) toward increasing engagement and constructive struggling FOR ALL STUDENTS in the next week? ... by the end of the year? ... for next year?
focused on important mathematics
Focused on important mathematics

Low, medium, high quality of mathematical content

in lessons (%)

Teaching Gap, Stigler and Hiebert, 1999

new knowledge from experience and prior knowledge
New knowledge from experience and prior knowledge

Average percentage of concepts DEVELOPED vs. STATED

Teaching Gap, Stigler and Hiebert, 1999