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  • Kyle Pearce

    November 6, 2020 at 6:26 am

    You’re right about going online adding another big barrier to shifting pedagogy. Teaching math is hard work and doing it well is even harder. Clearly, you are a great resource to them and finding creative ways to “nudge” without overwhelming is so critical – especially now.

    Your idea to set up some times for students to engage is great. I wonder also if you were able to lead a lesson for those teachers interested and then offer to Co-Plan another with them in the future? Once teachers see their kids thinking, it’s hard to turn down the opportunity!