math - Steve Barkley

Podcast for Parents: Coaching Math Learning

I began the podcasts for parents at the start of the quarantine when I wanted to support parents as they worked with their children learning at home. I described the role for parents as a learning coach rather than teacher.  Our guest for this podcast, Dr. Hilary Kreisberg has written two books around parents being […]

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Podcast for Teachers: Rough Draft Math

Dr. Amanda Jansen, the author of Rough Draft Math, shares her insights and specific strategies for creating increased student dialogue, thinking, and engagement in math classrooms. What are the benefits of students beginning with the concept of producing a rough draft rather than a finished math answer? View Dr. Jansen’s website here. Find Dr. Jansen […]

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Podcast: Revision Thinking in Math Classrooms

In this episode of the Steve Barkley Ponders Out Loud podcast, the author of Rough Draft Math, Dr. Amanda Jansen, provides insights and strategies for coaching teachers in creating classrooms where students know their thinking is valued and appreciate their classmates thinking. How does humanizing the math classroom extend equity? View Dr. Jansen’s website here.  […]

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Podcast for Teachers: Promoting Students Being Doers of Mathematics

In this episode for teachers, listen as Steve is joined by professors, Ann Monroe, Joel Amidon, & instructional coach, Candies Cook to discuss how to best promote students being doers of mathematics. Read “Shame, Shame, Go Away: Fostering Productive Struggle with Mathematics” here. Subscribe to the Steve Barkley Ponders Out Loud podcast on iTunes or […]

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Podcast For Parents: Avoiding Shame and Encouraging Productive Struggle in Math (Part 19)

Children can experience shame in many aspects of their learning journeys. One common area where students can experience shame is math. In this episode, Steve is joined by professors, Ann Monroe, Joel Amidon, & instructional coach, Candies Cook to discuss how to avoid shame and encourage productive struggle in math. Read “Shame, Shame, Go Away: […]

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