Part 3 of ⁦Sue O’Connell’s ⁩PD describes vibrant math classrooms, using children’s literature to deepen understanding, find joy, offer window and mirrors, and open doors.

Session 2 with Sue O’Connell Building teacher capacity and student understanding: Focus on Instructional Practices

Sharing my #Sketchnotes from Sue O’Connell⁩’s ⁦Building Teacher Capacity and Building Student Understanding Session at @RhodesEdu part 1

Curriculum Implementation Assessment as impetus for creating a shared vision and facilitating change #NCSM22 @jwilson828 and LizRamirez A must-see tool for non-evaluative progression of practice.

Leading to Provoke Productive Struggle with ⁦@JohnSanGiovanni #NCSM22 What Leader Moves do you use to empower students to experience and value productive struggle, succeed, and recognize when struggle is not productive AND when success is not productive.

Culturally Relevant Leadership in Mathematics at #NCSM22 from ⁦⁦@jennynovak89 @mathcoachrivera @toncheff5 Teach math in such a way…

Fostering the Development of Bold Mathematics Leaders with ⁦@LindaGriffith5 #NCSM22: Believe in students. Believe in yourself

@TKanold⁩ #NCSM22 session. Leading and Modeling a Culture of Change. Efficacy, wellness, compassion, vulnerability, trust. Kindness builds community. Offer yourself what you offer others.

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