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Necessary Conditions (available from Stenhouse)
Necessary Conditions companion website
Necessary Conditions Card Sets
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Clark County Schools Keynote and Breakout Sessions
NCTM Virtual 2020
Selected Blog Posts
Math Talk: Promoting Equitable Mathematical Discourse
NCTM Chicago: We can rebuild it, we have the technology
Fantastic Tasks and Where to Find Them – NCTM Boston 2019
Resources for MCTM 2021 Presentation
Routines, Lessons, Problems, and Projects: An emergentmath miniseries
Routines: the driving beat of your class
Lessons: the stuff we envision, only better
Problems: then a miracle occurs
Projects: what they’ll remember in 20 years
Active Caring (and Epilogue): the essential ingredient
Routines, Lessons, Problems, and Projects: The Presentation
Math Syllabus Bootcamp: An emergentmath miniseries
Math Syllabus Bootcamp Part 1: Identity. Who is a Mathematician?
Math Syllabus Bootcamp Part 2: Smartness. What does it mean to be a mathematician?
Math Syllabus Bootcamp Part 3: Norms. What are expectations for quality collaborative work?
Math Syllabus Bootcamp Part 4: Anchor Problems. A Hilbert-ian approach to curriculum mapping
Math Bootcamp Mini-Series Part 5: Putting it all together. Additional nuts & bolts and an example syllabus.
Common Core Problem Based Curriculum Maps
A Rubric Masterclass
A Rubric Masterclass Part 1: Selecting Rubric Worthy Tasks
Part 2: Establishing Common and Specific Outcomes
Part 3: Defining Proficiency & Moving Outward
Part 4: Scores, scoring, grades, and grading
Part 5: Teaching with a rubric and teaching the rubric
Part 6: Scoring with Humility
Routines, Lessons, Problems, and Projects: an emergentmath miniseries
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