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Lets Talk Math! Using Visual Patterns with Kent Haines and Fawn Nguyen

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

Celebrating Neurodiversity with Dr. Manju Banerjee and Maggie Beattie Roberts

Maggie and Dr. Banerjee dive into the history of the neurodiversity movement, what it means to be a neurodiverse learner, and what an inclusive classroom looks like.  (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)

Abandoning the Myth of the Master Writer with Liz Prather and Tom Newkirk

The myth of the master writer has long plagued students and teachers alike, limiting our sense of self-confidence and writerly ability. Is it possible to dispel these notions?  (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)

Podcast: Linguistic Borders, Translanguaging, and Honoring Bilingual Literacies

Lorena, Carla, and Luz join the podcast to talk about the many ways in which their work overlaps, and uncover new ways of honoring students’ rich linguistic lives.   (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: How Routines Help Teachers Make Shifts To Let Students Think and Reason Mathematically

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

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