We chat with Jordan Rappaport - a teacher from Toronto, Ontario. Jordan’s journey stretches from traditional teacher to Make Math Moment Academy member to regional presenter and most recently, a new member of the Make Math Moments Curriculum Writing Team. In this episode Jordan shares his expertise on how to begin the transformation from an “I do, we do, you do” lesson structure to a problem based lesson format, where and how to get started with problem based lessons, and he shares a strategy you can use to ensure you meet the needs of all students in your classroom.
How to begin the transformation from an “I do, we do, you do” lesson structure to a problem based lesson format.Where to get started with problem based lessons?How to get excited about teaching mathematics every day.A strategy you can use to help meet the needs of all students in your classroom during a problem based lesson.Resources:
Math Class Needs a Makeover
5 Principles of Extraordinary Math Teaching - Dan Finkel [VIDEO]
Donut Delight [Multiplication Problem Based Unit]
R2D2 Sticky Notes [3 Act Math Task]
Taco Cart | Desmos Taco Truck - Dan Meyer
How Much Does The Aluminum Foil Prank Cost? - Robert Kaplinsky Task
Make Math Moments 3-Part Framework Guidebook
Problem Based Lessons & Units of Study
The Make Math Moments Academy
Reach out to Jordan:
Twitter: @jrappaport27Email: email@example.comYou’re cutting it close to joining us for our fall PD offering on Closing Gaps with your grade 2 through 10 students. We’ve built a self-paced, 9 Module, fully online course called The Concept Holding Your Students Back.
If you’re interested in learning more about registering, be sure to check out makemathmoments.com/proportions.