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Let's Talk Math! Purposeful Math with Kent Haines and Steve Leinwand

What do we want students to get out of math class? Proficiency? A love of math? Job prospects? Kent and Steve discuss.  (continue reading)

Math Games Galore! with Kent Haines and Dan Finkel

What makes a good math game? We might not know it, but some of our most loved games are steeped in mathematical thinking.  (continue reading)

Let's Talk Math! Pathways, Participation, and More with Kent Haines and Dr. Robert Q. Berry III

Kent and Dr. Berry cover a wide range of topics, from building math classrooms where students feel confident participating, to committing to DEI work in mathematics.  (continue reading)

Let's Talk Math! Getting Motivated with Kent Haines and Ilana Horn

On the podcast, Kent and Ilana talk about building a risk-taking community, acknowledging different strengths, and fostering learning relationships with students.   (continue reading)

Podcast: The Power of Femtorship with Irene Castillón, Dr. Patricia López, and Angela Rascon

If you've been lucky enough to have a mentor in your life, you know the value of the guidance they can provide you. But what about a femtor?  (continue reading)

Podcast: Leading with Vulnerability with David Rockower and Ellin Keene

David Rockower illustrates how middle and high school teachers can build engagement and foster genuine student relationships by embracing vulnerability.  (continue reading)

The Writer's Mindset: Conferring Around Strengths

When our students are writing with optimism, all sorts of questions and possibilities stream through their minds.  (continue reading)

Follow the Questions: When Teacher Research Becomes School Culture

What happens when an entire school embraces not knowing as part of their culture—and evaluation system?  (continue reading)

Follow the Questions: Brian Melton and Ellin Keene Talk "Problems of Practice"

When Brian Melton confirmed that his high school english students were experiencing a creative desert in their course schedules, this became the problem of practice that anchored his action research.  (continue reading)

Follow the Questions: Ellin Keene in Conversation with Tricia Ebarvia

What is one important piece to creating change? Examining practice in community.  (continue reading)

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