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Thoughts on Teaching and Learning Mathematics: OAME 2015 – Audio Only

Making Kids Doers of Math Instead of Doing the Math

Further Reflection on the Collaborative Inquiry – audio only

The Power of Manipulatives and Learning Tools – audio only

Digging Deeper into Student Profiles and Mathematical Thinking – audio only

Math Content Knowledge: The Caterpillar and Leaves Task – audio only

Some Observations from the Collaborative Inquiry – audio only

Math Content Knowledge: The Matchstick Task – audio only

Framework of the Collaborative Inquiry – audio only

Introduction: Questions Guiding the Collaborative Inquiry – audio only

More Math – audio only

Culturally Responsive Mathematics – audio only

Paying Attention to Spatial Reasoning – audio only

Conditions for Effective Teaching of Mathematics – audio only

Math Beyond Number – audio only

Math Knowledge for Teaching – audio only

A Strong Learning Environment – audio only

In the Heart of the Practice – audio only

Math For Young Children – audio only

Math Questions about Building Design – audio only

Calculating the Height of a Building – audio only

Architecture and Mathematics – audio only

White Spaces in the Curriculum – audio only

What’s Wrong with Mathematics Teaching? – audio only

What’s Wrong with Mathematics Teaching?

Teach and Assess for Transfer – audio only

Reliability and Validity – audio only

Feedback and Mindset – audio only

Feedback – audio only

Essential Questions About Assessment – audio only

Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction – audio only

Culminating Task – audio only

Backward Design – audio only

Assessment Strategies – audio only

A Dynamic Model for Assessment – audio only

Design with the End in Mind – audio only

What is the Point? – audio only

The Administrator’s Role – audio only

Technology and Mathematics – audio only

Substance not Structures – audio only

Parents: Be Intentional and Casual – audio only

It’s About Learning – audio only

Focus on Reasoning – audio only

Math Anxiety – audio only

Mental Math – audio only

Automaticity – audio only

Gender – audio only

Gender – audio only

Spatial Language – audio only

Pedagogy – audio only

What is Spatial Reasoning? – audio only

Success Criteria and Learning Goals in Math Learning – audio only

Purposes of Assessment – audio only

Learning the Content Knowledge – audio only

Planning Moves for Teachers – audio only

Parents as Partners – Math Messages – audio only

Getting Kids Motivated – Overcoming Math Anxiety – audio only

Further Reflection on the Collaborative Inquiry

The Power of Manipulatives and Learning Tools

Digging Deeper into Student Profiles and Mathematical Thinking

Math Content Knowledge: The Caterpillar and Leaves Task

Some Observations from the Collaborative Inquiry

Math Content Knowledge: The Matchstick Task

Framework of the Collaborative Inquiry

Introduction: Questions Guiding the Collaborative Inquiry

More Math

Culturally Responsive Mathematics

Paying Attention to Spatial Reasoning

Conditions for Effective Teaching of Mathematics

Math Beyond Number

Math Knowledge for Teaching

A Strong Learning Environment

Pedagogy

In the Heart of the Practice

Math For Young Children

Math Questions about Building Design

Calculating the Height of a Building

Architecture and Mathematics

White Spaces in the Curriculum

What’s Wrong with Mathematics Teaching?

Teach and Assess for Transfer

Reliability and Validity

Individual Accountability

Feedback and Mindset

Feedback

Essential Questions About Assessment

Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction

Culminating Task

Backward Design

Authentic Assessment

Assessment Strategies

A Dynamic Model for Assessment

Design with the End in Mind

What is the Point?

The Administrator’s Role

Technology and Mathematics

Substance not Structures

Parents: Be Intentional and Casual

It’s About Learning

Focus on Reasoning

Math Anxiety

Mental Math

Automaticity

Improving Spatial Reasoning

Gender

Spatial Language

Pedagogy

Spatial Thinking

What is Spatial Reasoning?

Purposes of Assessment

Learning the Content Knowledge

Planning Moves for Teachers

Success Criteria and Learning Goals in Math Learning

Parents as Partners – Math Messages

Getting Kids Motivated – Overcoming Math Anxiety

Medium Ideas

Self-Organized Learning

Self-Organized Learning Environment

The Power of Math Inquiry

What is achievement?

Math Curriculum: What teachers need to know

The Need for Powerful Tools: Formal and Informal Understanding in Math

The Power of Collaborative Learning

Pushing Our Own Thinking: Teaching and Learning Math

Responding to Students

Adaptive Learning and Digital Environments

Doing Computations with Understanding

The Multiplication Landscape

Big Ideas, Strategies and Modelling

Basic facts or conceptual understandings? A False Dichotomy

What is numeracy?

Skills in a Technological Society

A Tool, Not a Rule

The Art of Mathematics

Creativity and Mathematically Interesting Problems

Representing: Purpose guides the way

Leadership Matters

Self-Organizing Systems

Is knowing obsolete?

Changing Classrooms

Effective Professional Learning

Computational Fluency

Problem Solving: An Inquiry Approach

Productive vs Unproductive Struggle: Understanding Student Thinking

Curiosity, Content and the Correct Answer

The Impact of Assessment

Multimodal Learning

Hands on Mathematics

The Art of Math

Think about Why

Building Fluency with +/- Facts

Assessment “Good for All Students”

Another Look at Triangulation

Rethinking Reporting in a Technical Age

Culture of Engagement and Curiosity

Rethinking Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment

Beyond “Do You Know It?”: The Achievement Chart

Mental Math: Thinking Flexibly with Numbers

Mathematical Success: A Conceptual Approach

Learning Beliefs in Mathematics

STEM Implications

Math Perceptions: Dispelling the Myth

Mindsets and the Learning of Math

Mindsets and Mistakes

Shifts in Math Education

Timed Learning and Math Anxiety

Why is numeracy important?

The Numberline: Model And Equivalence

Models: Powerful Tools for Thinking

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