Below you will find examples of students recognizing and amending a math error.
March 15, 2016
This second grader demonstrates an interesting choice for a mathematical model by graphing.
In this one-on-one conversation, an English Language Learner in kindergarten explains his thinking while working through a number story about people getting on and off of the bus.
This pre-k English Language Learner uses gesture to articulate math ideas while putting together a shape puzzle.
In this TED Talk, you’ll hear from Angela Lee Duckworth, the psychologist who coined the term "grit." She discusses her research and offers some brief ideas on how to motivate kids to be gritty.
More than "gifted" statuses, IQ points, or high scores on standardized tests, some recent education research is suggesting that the best predictor of long-term academic success is having grit: the ability to learn from mistakes and persevere through challenging problems.
This second grader extends a shape pattern to ordinal numbers.
A story about bears moving in and out of a cave provides an opportunity for math thinking.
A child computes how many are missing from a larger group.
A student stacks cups to organize them by size.