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Six Routines to Support Mathematical Thinking

Posted on 01/15/2015

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In a December 23, 2014 re-post by contributor Lily Jones, a Northern California educator, outlined some strategies that form the foundation for inspiring math learning. Jones, states that "teachers need to constantly think about differentiation, assessment, transitions, and about four hundred other things. Establishing a solid foundation of routines makes it possible for teachers to do complex teaching. And with the addition of one essential ingredient (JOY!) students are prepared to engage in complex learning."

Routines are accompanied by under-three-minutes video demonstrations External link opens in new window or tab and are organized in categories of organization, problem-solving tools and creating a joyful math culture.

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