The importance of mathematical reasoning is visible in conversations from pandemics to politics. Sarah Dolence joins us to discuss how a numeracy framework developed for citizens can inform math instruction for students.
Later, we read research connecting instructional choices to student perceptions of classroom goal structures. From tasks to evaluations, are we incentivizing growth?
Finally, Sarah shares her experience teaching to a hybrid classroom of simultaneous in-person and remote students.
- First Segment – 02:40 – PIACC Framework for Numeracy Instruction
- Second Segment – 19:30 – Classroom Consensus-building for Goal Structures
- Third Segment – 37:22 – Teaching in Hybrid Settings
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Blue Valley Schools, Kansas City Metro
- Curry, D. (2019). The PIAAC Numeracy Framework: A Guide to Instruction. Adult Literacy Education, 1(2), 33-51. https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1246047.pdf
- Bardach, L., Yanagida, T., Morin, A. J., & Lüftenegger, M. Is everyone in class in agreement and why (not)? Using student and teacher reports to predict within-class consensus on goal structures. Learning and Instruction, 71, 101400. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.learninstruc.2020.101400
This month we drink Corona Extra, a pale lager from Grupo Modelo in Mexico City, Mexico.