What makes for good math teaching and learning?
In our work in grade 1-8 classrooms, we judge the quality of teaching and learning by the quality of the stories children tell when asked:
"What did you do in math today?"
The common answer to this question is "Nothing" or "I don't know," and we work with students to help them develop the math knowledge and communication skills for telling good math stories.
The research performance below summarizes our approach.
How does this resonate with you?