How can we connect contexts, tables, graphs, equations, and descriptions to help students develop a comprehensive understanding of mathematical relationships? How do we avoid students focusing on only one represtanation/tool (e.g., a hammer) and thinking that every problem is the same (e.g, nails)? Come join us as we interpret graphs and write stories in order to develop five tools to solve mathematical tasks.
(Activities will be different from last year’s workshop, so teachers who attended last year should still consider attending this year’s workshop.)
**NOTE: Participants will be expected to take a task back to their classrooms, collect and analyze student work, and share their reflections with the CRR.
- For questions regarding this resource, please contact UArizona Center for Recruitment and Retention of Mathematics Teachers (CRR).
- Phone No: 520-621-6866
- Email Address: email@example.com