If there has been no learning, there has been no teaching. As educators, we work in service of student learning. We ask where a learner is now (assessment), where a learner is going (curriculum learning expectations), how a learner will get there (strategies to ensure students construct that learning) and how we will know (monitoring […]
I’m becoming a mathematician. For a long time, I was a high school math teacher, but I’ve moved so far beyond that now. Not by going back to university, but by going right back to grade 1. Yes, that’s right, I went back to grade 1 to become a mathematician. Even though I was the […]
Here is my conversation with Stephen Hurley on VoicEd Radio about NotABookStudy, the latest project by #MathLeadersNEO beginning April 10. Enjoy! And join us! Featured image from VoicEd Radio – 24/7 Canadian Education Content!
Yesterday, a colleague, Sean Mieghan, posted a great little video that clearly demonstrates the importance of asking the right questions. “Life is Good” owners tell us that their ideas came from the questions their mother asked every day at the dinner table. She empowered them to come up with ideas – lots of […]
What is your vision of effective mathematics teaching and learning in elementary school? This is a new question for me. This blog is Learning About Learning, and I have a lot of learning to do about mathematics education. I am hoping you can help me. Here are a few of the things I am thinking […]