At this year’s National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM) conference, Heinemann authors Sue O’Connell, Steve Leinwand, Cathy Fosnot, Max Ray-Riek, and June Mark held a special event with mathematics specialists and leaders to discuss the goal of math education today, the importance of the Standards for Mathematical Practice, and the kinds of effective instructional shifts teachers can make in their classrooms.
In the final clip from this event, Max Ray-Riek reflects on how he learned to observe students, give feedback, and communicate with parents in an authentic, meaningful (and helpful) way. Watch the full clip:
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To read more from master educators and leaders in the field about best practices in mathematics instruction, check out our recent blog series unpacking each of the eight Standards for Mathematical Practice.
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Max Ray-Riek (@maxmathforum) is a Professional Collaboration Facilitator at The Math Forum. He is the author of Powerful Problem Solving.