Professional Learning to Empower Math Achievement
Math Positive Mindsets
This month’s podcast episode features author and educator, Dr. Carrie Cutler. Listen in as Dr. Cutler shares her math story and how her book Math Positive Mindsets addresses the trends she noticed in mathematical mindsets. Her experience and candor shine through as she shares inspiration and tips especially relevant during this season of interrupted learning.
People Over Production: Featured Discussion, COVID-19
In this episode, Dr. Tyrone Howard shares his perspective on the connective role that teachers and schools play within communities, particularly amidst the new and changing realities created by the COVID-19 pandemic. He talks about our current challenges, shines a light on the disproportionate impact of school closures to vulnerable members of our communities, and offers practical ways to think globally and act locally. Join us for an honest, encouraging, real conversation.
Season 2, Episode 1: Cathy Seeley, Tasks, Tests, and Teamwork
This month's podcast episode features educator, author, and leader Cathy Seeley. Cathy shares her unique math story as she invites us to consider the role of problem-solving within our own instruction. Join us for a timely conversation about high-stakes assessment, the crucial role of intentionally selecting learning tasks, and the energizing dynamic experienced through collaborating with colleagues in reflecting on and refining our craft.
Episode 9: Celebrating Math Education in 2019
We are THRILLED to bring you the official highlight reel from this year. For this episode we compiled some of the key insights from our guests throughout the year, and pulling it together is our way of celebrating the important work happening in the field of math education.
Episode 8: Matt Larson, "Find Your 10%"
This month's podcast episode features educator and equity champion, Dr. Matt Larson. Matt shares how incredible teachers along his own learning journey helped him see himself as a learner of mathematics, and describes our role in impacting the positive learner identities of our students. Tune in to hear how decisions about the tasks we choose and the questions we ask make a critical difference for student learning. Matt offers tips for using video and engaging in both the art and science of teaching mathematics, and challenges each of us to find and focus on our 10%.
Episode 7: Dr. Adrian Mims, Sr., “Relationships Matter”
This month’s podcast episode features The Calculus Project founder, Dr. Adrian Mims, Sr. He shares his personal math learning journey and how The Calculus Project is designed to increase the number of students of color and low-income students who complete AP Calculus in high school. Dr. Mims describes the critical role that relationships play in fostering collaborative learning communities and disrupting systemic inequities in education. Tune in to hear how relationships between students, teachers, leaders, and parents impact learning trajectories and make math achievement an attainable reality.
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Great interview with Marilyn Burns. She’s amazing and has so many fascinating stories and reflections. This is a great podcast for math educators everywhere!
Weapons of Math Instruction
I’ve only heard the first two episodes and absolutely love what I’ve heard so far. Looking forward to future episode and learning more about how to grow my practice and understanding teaching and learning mathematics.
Marilyn Burns is my idol
Marilyn Burns’ Math Solutions group organizes and leads this podcast. It’s excellent! The first guest is the guru herself: Marilyn! Get inspired!