I’m chatting with the Global Math Department on 12/15/15 about using student work as the driver of teacher learning. Consider this post a repository for pertinent links, my slide deck, and a comment section for further conversation.
Link to working google doc for the session:
[Global Math Department 12/15]
LISTEN: Podcast in which we with Belleville New Tech facilitators about using Looking at Student Work (LASW) to drive teacher learning: [School Innovations Podcast Episode 305: Looking at Student Work, Driving Instruction]
WATCH: Video of a staff using a protocol to analyze student work
More on Looking at Student Work (NTN Website)
A quick Would You Rather today.
I was inspired by a teacher asking students to model airport parking as a means to get at linear equations. I thought I’d frame it similarly, but using the WYR format, because I like the WYR format.
I live a good distance away from a major airport, and I travel quite a bit for a living so I think about this all the time. I have to balance a flat, $80 fee (for both ways) vs. paying for parking (per day, the big variable here), gas, and tolls.