You’ve always had to consider how to make mathematics feel engaging, because you know engagement is at the root of authentic learning. Now add the challenge of learning in a remote or blended setting. How are you going to do it? We’re here with five days of help.
We’re kicking off 5 Days of Exemplars, a blog series that will share new ideas and established best practices for getting your students engaged and energized in problem solving—whether they’re learning face to face or logging on from home. Read on to learn what we cover.
- Welcome! Let's Get Your Students Engaged in Math
- Day 1: How to Unpack a Problem-Solving Task
- Day 2: How to Think of a Plan
- Day 3: How to Solve the Problem
- Day 4: How to Show Your Thinking: Moving From Answers to Solutions
- Day 5: Review Your Work: Tools for Self- and Peer-Assessment
Together we’ll grow the problem solvers the world needs, starting today.