How To Build Resilient Problem Solvers
Make Math Moments PD Pathways optimize your time and resources so you can spend time where it matters — with your students. We’ve mapped out a customized pathway that will streamline your learning and give you practice lessons to use with your students.
Learn with our courses, podcasts, webinars, and virtual summit sessions in an order that maximizes your learning while minimizing time.
What You'll Learn:
- How to structure your lessons so that students will dive right into the problem solving process without relying on you every step of the way;
- How to help your students build confidence and resilience so they develop a productive disposition towards mathematics;
- How to engage your students using resources you already have;
- How to modify textbook problems and exercises so that they spark curiosity in your students;
- How to engage students when teaching abstract concepts; and,
- How to build your course around assessment.
Who can access this PD Pathway?
4 Strategies To Help Students Start Math Problems & Stick With Them
Put an end to students quitting on themselves when solving problems in math class through 4 strategies that will build your students into resilient and determined problem solvers.
Transform Your Textbook Into A Curiosity Machine
Thinking About Building Thinking Classrooms Across Contexts – Judy Larsen & Peter Liljedahl
In this conversation, Peter and Judy explore the Building Thinking Classrooms framework across four learning contexts (K-12, post-secondary, professional development, and online). They discuss similarities and differences among these contexts, and highlight implications for practice both in online and f2f settings.
How Do I Engage My Students When The Math Is Abstract?- A Math Mentoring Moment
In this mentoring moment episode we speak with Adam Love; a first year teacher from Myrtle Beach South Carolina. Adam shares what his first few weeks have looked like in his classroom. Like many teachers he wonders how to generate curiosity and engagement around abstract math concepts in senior classes.