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Get Ready for the #StenhouseMath Chat with Amanda Jansen

Posted by admin on Feb 10, 2020 4:26:06 PM

The #StenhouseMath Twitter Chat with author of Rough Draft Math, Amanda Jansen is coming right up! Here are the questions we're planning to cover for the chat. Take a look, get your wheels turning, and join in the conversation on Tuesday, Feb 11th at 9:00 p.m. ET!

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  1. Why might mathematics teachers incorporate rough drafts into mathematics classrooms?

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  2. An important part of rough draft thinking is shifting the focus of class discussions from performing correctness to developing understanding together. What strategies could teachers use to shift the classroom culture from performing to learning?

  3. Let’s think about how math tasks can encourage rough draft thinking. What features of this problem invite rough draft thinking, if any? Why?

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  4. Once students share their rough draft thinking, students can be asked to revise their thinking. How can teachers incorporate revising into mathematics lessons?

  5. How might teaching with an emphasis on rough drafts and revision foster academic safety and equity in the classroom?

  6. Is there anyone on the chat tonight who has been using #RoughDraftMath in the classroom? Can you share your experiences?

  7. What if we take a rough draft approach to our own teaching? What would that mean for us? What would we do?

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