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Two Students . . . Two Different Ways of Reasoning

Making space for students to solve problems in different ways and making mental math an integral part of your teaching.  (continue reading)

Solving 100 ÷ 3 Mentally: A Surprise

When interviewing students to find out how they reason numerically―focus on how they explain their thinking. You might be surprised by what you hear.  (continue reading)

What is 100 ÷ 3? Why We Ask and What We Learn

Interviewing students—asking them to do math without paper and pencil—can reveal more about how they reason numerically and offer guidance for next-steps.  (continue reading)

Nine Ways to Have Deeper Conversations with Students about Math

Suggestions for how to have meaningful and important conversations with K–5 students about math from Marilyn Burns.  (continue reading)

How We Begin the School Year Is More Important Than Ever by Marilyn Burns

The first month of school has always been a time to get to know our students. How we begin this school year is more important than ever.  (continue reading)

Take a First Look at The Listening To Learn Math Interviews and Join The Conversation!

Catch up on the Marilyn Burns Slow Twitter Chat. Watch video clips of math interviews and share your thinking of what is happening either in the blog comments or on Twitter using #ListeningToLearn.  (continue reading)

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