“When coaches, teachers, and supervisors are asked, “What should mathematical discourse look like in my classroom?”, they now have a ready answer. The Five Practices in Practice for Your High School Classroom not only gives an in depth explanation of what the five practices are and why they are important, but also gives classroom examples, vignettes, and access to videos so practitioners can see exactly what it is they should be doing in classes. This book is an essential resource for all educators - showing the practices in High School classrooms, as well as detailing what educators should know about their efficacy.”
Institute for Learning, University of Pittsburgh Mathematics Fellow
High School Mathematics Teacher (35 years)
Presidential Awardee for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching
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