Five of my favorite articles from the last month.
- One of Idil Abdulkadir’s students asked her “Are there any other people of colour?” about a summer program she was attending. She describes what she thought before she responded, illustrating how much of the work of great, relational teaching takes place invisibly and nearly instantaneously.
- Sarah Schwartz writes in Education Week about the most interesting controversy in math curriculum right now: the publisher suing a parent for allegedly lying about their curriculum.
- Bob Janes describes his implementation of the five practices for orchestrating productive mathematics discussions with technology and without.
- Chatbot company Hubert recommends teachers regularly ask their students three questions to promote the development of their teaching practice.
- Jessica Wynne photographed mathematicians’ blackboards and the results do not disappoint.