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 @jjmottsy hey Crystal thanks so much for the follow. Enjoy your summer! 1 week ago
 @sgardnerLD an excellent group of leaders there. Future looks bright! @DrewMcNaughton1 @Ja9_Stutt @KarenFriedman 1 month ago
 @Dean_of_math only if you promise to let us both sit and listen to a student's math thinking ☺️ (which I already know is a yes!) definitely. 1 month ago
 "..and not just to victimize them (Indigenous Voice)...but just have them as a solid voice in Canadian culture"Yul… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 1 month ago
 .@Dean_of_math thanks for sharing student work on this...I need some time now to "listen" to their work. Talk soon twitter.com/dean_of_math/s… 1 month ago
 @ilana_horn thank you for always making time for my wonderings. 1 month ago
 @ilana_horn I've read some of your blog and beginning to read @deborah_ball work. Also looked at Freire and Michael Apple. 1 month ago

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Terra Incognita: An exploration into math inquiry
(Photo courtesy of: Changhua Coast Conservation Action) I haven’t been teaching for very long, but for as long as I have been teaching (10 years), literacy has been the focus of the school board I have worked in. Owing to … Continue reading
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Math Inquiry and the English Language Learner – A Cautionary Tale
“Inquiry learning is not possible if language dev is not in place. How can a stdnt choose an inquiry if OL is ‘at risk’? #ORFR” – @CarmelCrevola I recall watching a video by Sir Ken Robinson where he describes … Continue reading
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Thoughts on math inquiry…subject to change after I click ‘Publish’.
I have been fortunate to learn from a number of people who have either known a lot about math inquiry or, like me, are still learning about the nuances of an inquiry based learning model. This post lists a few … Continue reading
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