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9 Beliefs for Building a Mathematical Community

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As teachers, we must cultivate the structures and beliefs in a classroom community that lay the foundation for the mathematical growth of our students. We must create a kind, caring, trusting community  of learners who feel comfortable tackling the unknown, taking risks, and making mistakes.- Rozlynn Dance and Tessa Kaplan in Thinking Together: 9 Beliefs for Building a Mathematical Community 

To help build a community of mathematical growth in every classroom,  we've created a set of posters, based on the nine key beliefs outlined in Thinking Together.

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The set of nine posters can be mixed and matched to however best suits your classroom, and is available online for free as a PDF download.

Download the full set of posters

To learn more about Thinking Together, visit heinemann.com


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Posted by: Steph GeorgePublished:

Topics: Mathematics, Thinking Together, Rozlynn Dance, Tessa Kaplan

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