We are thrilled to announce our new podcast: Problem Solving With Exemplars!

Through this digital medium, our goal is to promote a shared journey to elevate and embrace "exemplary" voices that inspire mathematical thinking in our educational communities. Join us as we think and learn together.

Episode 1

Chase Orton, author of The Imperfect and Unfinished Math Teacher: A Journey to Reclaim Our Professional Growth, is passionate about creating math classrooms that are inspiring and productive for both teachers and students. Learn how Orton empowers teachers while creating an engaging environment for students. 


Episode 2

Teachers around the world have fallen in love with the tools and practices provided by Dr. Peter Liljedahl and his best-selling book, Building Thinking Classrooms in Mathematics.

In this podcast, Dr.  Liljedahl discusses important questions and shares ideas for helping students form long-term memories and consolidate learning as part of the Thinking Classroom philosophy.

Listen to Podcast Episode 2: Peter Liljedahl

Episode 3

Bryan Goodwin, CEO of McREL, and Jay Meadows, CEO of Exemplars, unpack the latest research and explore how educators can inspire curiosity and engagement in today's classrooms. Goodwin also dives into his new book, The New Classroom Instruction That Works.

Listen to Podcast Episode 3: Bryan Goodwin

Episode 4

Join us for a unique conversation with Professor John Hattie as we explore how to de-implement practices that just aren’t effective and replace them with cost-effective, high-yield moves to transform your classroom, school, and district.

Listen to Podcast Episode 4: John Hattie

Episode 5

Join us for a unique conversation with, Jay McTighe, the world’s foremost leader in performance tasks. This discussion dives into the why’s and how’s for successfully bringing performance tasks to your school.

Listen to Podcast Episode 5: Jay McTighe

Episode 6

Join us for a thoughtful conversation with Peg Smith, co-author of 5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematical Discussions. Our discussion explores the origin of step 0, the importance of learning goals, along with tips for success in using this approach.