Using Multiple Entry Level Tasks to Foster Mathematical Reasoning and Sense Making – Dr. Marilyn Strutchens
In this session, participants will experience a variety of multiple entrylevel tasks, such as open middle tasks and other problem types. They will see how these tasks can be used to reveal what students know. We will also examine student responses and videos of classroom instruction.
About Dr. Marilyn Strutchens
Professor
Dr. Marilyn E. Strutchens is an Emily R. and Gerald S. Leischuck Endowed Professor, Mildred Cheshire Fraley Distinguished Professor of mathematics education in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching at Auburn University, AL. Her research focuses on equity issues in mathematics education, field experiences for secondary mathematics teacher candidates, teacher leader development, and the impact of professional development on mathematics teachersâ€™ practice. She is the leader of the Mathematics Teacher Education Partnershipâ€™s Clinical Experiences Research Action Cluster and chair of the Advisory Committee for the National Science Foundationâ€™s Directorate for Education and Human Resources. She was a member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Board of Directors (2015 2018), a member of the Executive Board of Directors for the Conference Board of Mathematical Sciences (2012 2014) and president of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators [AMTE] (2011 – 2013). She also served on the writing team for AMTEâ€™s Standards for the Preparation of Teachers of Mathematics. In addition, Dr. Strutchens received AMTEâ€™s Judith Jacobs Lectureship in 2017.

Using Multiple Entry Level Tasks to Foster Mathematical Reasoning and Sense Making â€“ Discussion
What was your big take away from this particular lesson?
What is something you are still wondering?
Share your thinking below.