#Sketchnote: 5 Practices for Orchestrating Mathematics Discussions

I’ve been hearing about this book lately, 5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions By Mary Kay Stein, Margaret Schwan Smith. I still haven’t gotten around to ordering & reading the entire book, but I did read a shorter article that one of the authors wrote on the same topic. And as I’ve been doing more & more lately, I created a sketchnote summary of the article to help me organize my thoughts & to share with others:

5 Practices Orchestrating Mathematical Discussions.PNG

– Laura Wheeler (Teacher @ Ridgemont High School, OCDSB; Ottawa, ON)

3 thoughts on “#Sketchnote: 5 Practices for Orchestrating Mathematics Discussions

  1. Pingback: Student-Paced mode in @PearDeck for #3ActMath tasks | Wheeler's thoughts on teaching

  2. Hi Laura, I adore your sketchnote of Smith & Stein’s ‘5 Practices for Orchestrating Mathematics Discussions’. I’ve attempted to update it to include Step 0 from Smith & Stein’s 2018 edition. Can I send it to you? Thanks, Anna

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