Today we are joined by Julie McNamara to learn about how students develop their algebraic reasoning skills!

Do you want your students to engage more authentically in math? Learn more about how to implement the math workshop framework!

How my first step of opting to attend professional learning focused on math changed my teaching career.

How can we break through misconceptions about math and create space for students and educators alike to engage with the fun, creativity, and joy of math?

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

Number talks are a great way for teachers to help students share their mathematical thinking and grow their confidence as mathematicians.

What are visual patterns, and how can they open new possibilities for building math routines?

Help K-5 students experience aha moments when learning math through engaging literature and hands-on experiences.

Learn a new instructional move to help students focus their mathematical thinking from the authors of Teaching for Thinking and Routines for Reasoning, Grace Kelemanik and Amy Lucenta.

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

Even before the pandemic, the call for a new vision of math instruction was loud. A challenge in this profession is consistently having opportunities to think critically and collaboratively about pedagogy to avoid "teaching how we were taught"...

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.

Educational subjects lose power when taught in isolation. Bring literature into your math classroom to pique student curiosity and connect it to advocacy…all while learning math.

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

Teaching students to think and reason mathematically is sometimes a challenge. This is where instructional routines come in.

How studying decimals empowered students to change their community: A blog by Margie Pearse, coauthor of Math by the Book: Fifth Grade.

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.

How do we help all students make sense of mathematics? — with stories! Literature can support and enhance mathematics instruction.