01 Oct 2020 5:18 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

What are you hoping to learn from reading this book?


  • 01 Oct 2020 6:55 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    I am looking forward to some great discussions and using the 5 practices effectively.
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    • 12 Oct 2020 6:57 PM | Anonymous member
      Me too! One of the things that I love about these book studies is that the learning extends beyond the book. By that I mean that I get ideas from the dine and discuss events and posts/comments for the on-line part of the book discussion.

      I noticed that the book study is split by grade span this year. Interesting...

      And as always, I appreciate the opportunity to connect with you, Hattie!
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    • 28 Oct 2020 6:22 PM | Mike Ditzel
      I'm hoping to refine strategies I currently use and discover new ones with the hope that my students can find success in my math classes.
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  • 18 Oct 2020 5:34 PM | Kimberly Elkins
    I am hoping to gain some strategies to use with my students, both in class and remotely, to help them gain more understanding of math concepts.
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    • 18 Oct 2020 8:50 PM | Anonymous member
      Me too. Practical application for both in the classroom and remote days!
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  • 28 Oct 2020 9:05 PM | Anonymous
    I am hoping to learn some additional ways to implement these strategies, especially in my remote math classes.
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  • 28 Oct 2020 9:39 PM | Alisa Libby
    I am hopeful that through this book study I will gain some precise, practical application for the classroom. Skills and strategies for both in class instruction as well as remote instruction. Too often, professional development centers around theory and the utopian classroom without diving into how to apply it in the real-world classroom.
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