The wonder, the beauty, the adventure of math. That’s how Jerry Burkhart views the math classroom. His work lies in the creation of tasks that inspire math students. A message from the author to ALL of us: We (Yes, YOU!) underestimate our math abilities. Math is for everyone – we are not born good (or bad) at math. He provides sage guidance on the “speeding up of math” as opposed to depth. So. if your math mission has been hijacked by pacing guides and worksheets, you’ve got to listen to this math treasure.
Link to podcast: https://myedexpert.com/category/podcasts/
Jerry’s so popular “Intrepid Math Problems.” $5 to save the math world! https://myedexpert.com/vendor/jburkhart/
His creative math prompts – free and all grade levels: http://www.5280math.com/noticing-and-wondering/
“10 Myths That Hold Bright Math Students Back” https://myedexpert.com/10-myths-that-hold-bright-math-students-back/
Looking for some real adventure? How about asking students what they think of school! Dr. Rick Jetter and Rebecca Coda have amazing resources on our site! Rick has “100 Ideas for Activating Student Voice” and Rebecca has the coolest “Teacher Brag Tags.” Thanks, Rick & Rebecca for these…
Link to Rebecca’s space: https://myedexpert.com/vendor/rebeccacoda/
Rick’s resources and bio: https://myedexpert.com/vendor/rjetter/
Discovering the learner in every child is a key component of Kathleen McClaskey‘s work. Her graphic downloaded around the globe is available in one click. “Personalization vs. Differentiation vs. Individualization.”
Link to Kathleen’s chart: https://myedexpert.com/vendor/kmcclaskey/
A key to maximizing the talents of our ADHD students begins with understanding how their brains are different. That’s a key point from the fascinating conversation with expert Kevin Roberts. He also works in the pressing field of cyber addiction, and was featured on 20/20. Do not miss this podcast – It will help in supporting some of most adventurous learners.
Kevin’s thoughts on “Is ADHD a Gift?” Click here: https://myedexpert.com/is-adhd-a-gift/
His site: http://kevinjroberts.net/
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