Craig Barton takes a look at how student brains learn and think and uses that to inform his teaching. This book has changed the way I see teaching math. Here is my 1 page summary:
So often is this question asked by lost students in Math and Science classes. With a background in Engineering, I am always looking for ways to integrate STEAM projects into my Math and Science classes to help students make real-world connections.
Inspiration struck after seeing Peter Liljedahl present at OAME 2018. He provides a framework of how to Build Thinking Classrooms based on his research. (Image below from https://mslwheeler.wordpress.com/2017/11/18/3497/)
I have been working on incorporating mostly 1-4 in my classes so far but are working towards the rest.
Especially interesting is how the framework incorporates 21st Century competencies, especially...