Leader of Learning Podcast episode 158: How to Implement Effective Math Instruction with Kyle Pearce and Jon Orr

Dan KreinessLeader of Learning

Leader of Learning Podcast episode 158: How to Implement Effective Math Instruction with Kyle Pearce and Jon Orr Episode 158 of the Leader of Learning Podcast features an interview with Kyle Pearce and Jon Orr (@makemathmoments), co-hosts of the Make Math Moments podcast. Kyle is the K-12 Mathematics Consultant with the Greater Essex County District School Board and Jon is … Read More

Now is the Time | Kyle Pearce | Procedure for Inferences

Tom SchimmerThe Tom Schimmer Podcast

In Don’t @ Me (1:34), Tom opens by asserting that NOW is the time to take the first step to accomplish any personal and/or professional goals you have for yourself. Then, Tom is joined by math teacher and podcaster Kyle Pearce (6:37), to discuss the elements of effective math instruction. Finally, in Assessment Corner (55:12), Tom shares a view of … Read More

Disruption, Storytelling, and Values in a Thinking Classroom (w Peter Liljedahl)

Natalie Vardabasso#EduCrush Podcast

Many of our institutional norms are causing “studenting” behavior that stifles thinking. Dr. Peter Liljedahl’s research aims to disrupt this behavior through “contrarian experimental methodology” and he has discovered 14 practices that liberate thinking in the classroom. Though his research took place in Mathematics, his findings are applicable for any educator that wants to tap into the emotional experience through … Read More

Game-Based Learning: Evaluating Math Games

Calli WrightBlog, Engage Better, Innovate Better, Tech Better

TL;DR: Game-based learning is a great way to engage students in exploring a math concept in a new way. Not all free (or even paid) math games are created with equal care and research. Math games have an incredible opportunity to affect students’ mindsets about math, confidence in their abilities, perseverance, grit, and so much more. However, not all math … Read More