From Quiet Straight Lines to Noisy Grouped Students: Creating Math Discussions
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Publisher:Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Citation:Ohio Journal of School Mathematics, no. 71 (2015), 1-3.
Quiet classrooms are not always conducive to learning, especially in a mathematics classroom. Students should have the opportunity to discuss their thinking and work together on complex tasks in order to develop a deeper understanding of the mathematics content. Through the implementation of classroom norms, selection of complex tasks, and establishment of appropriate student groups, teachers can create a space where students have meaningful mathematics discussions that promote learning.
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