Homework reading Chapter 1 and 2 . How did your learning experience prepare you to teach maths ?

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Homework reading Chapter 1 and 2 . How did your learning experience prepare you to teach maths ? What is going on in classrooms with respect to learning maths from your perspective? Can students learn maths without talking? Support your response.

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Homework reading Chapter 1 and 2.

How did your learning experience prepare you to teach maths?

What is going on in classrooms with respect to learning maths from your perspective?

Can students learn maths without talking? Support your response.

Can students learn maths without real world application? Support your response.

Before the January content day please read chapter 3 and 4 in What’s MATH Got to do with it?, by Jo Boaler.

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