For many of us, the beginning of the school year is just around the corner, and you might be starting to daydream about your ideal classroom and the students who will soon be entering it.
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I’ve chosen Math Sense: The Look, Sound, and Feel of Effective Math Instruction, by Christine Moynihan, for my next book study, and the timing couldn’t be better. It’s the perfect book to help you reflect on your instructional practices and start the year fresh with amazing ideas for improving your classroom mathematical environment. It’s an easy little read, chock full of “why didn’t I think of that?” moments!
The book study will kick off on Monday, Aug. 19. That gives you plenty of time to get your own copy of the book and read the first two chapters. Here’s the reading schedule:
- Aug 19, Chapters 1 & 2
- Aug 26, Chapter 3
- Sept 2, Chapter 4
- Sept 9, Chapter 5
- Sept 16, Chapter 6
- Sept 23, Chapter 7
I’d also like to include a Twitter chat in conjunction with the blog book study. More information on that later, but if you’re not on Twitter, here’s a blog post I wrote about why you should be on it and how to get started.
I’m looking forward to the great conversations this book will generate! Grab some colleagues and let’s go. 🙂