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"...

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How the Standards for Mathematical Practice Support Teachers

Help Students See Themselves as Mathematicians

The Effectiveness of Instructional Routines

Do your students have the freedom to use or not to use the tools they deem necessary for math?

Construct Viable Arguments and Critique the Reasoning of Others

If we encourage students to reason quantitatively (attending to the relationships between the numbers and using properties flexibly), they can abstract to general principles that can help solve other seemingly unrelated problems

Make Sense of Problems and Persevere in Solving Them

Helping Students Develop Problem Solving Skills

Encouraging Teachers Who Don’t Feel Comfortable With Math

How Do We Help Students Really Understand Math?

Max Ray-Riek On Grading and Giving Feedback