Rich tasks workshop

rich tasks: anticipating

 

Using the painted cube problem teachers discuss the first stage of the five practices, anticipating.

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rich tasks: monitoring

 

Using the painted cube problem teachers discuss the second stage of the five practices, monitoring.

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rich tasks: selecting and sequencing

 

Using the painted cube problem teachers discuss the third and fourth stages of the five practices, selecting and sequencing..

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rich tasks: connecting

 

Teachers describe different ways they connect the mathematics using the five practices.

rich tasks: benefits and pitfalls

 

Teachers discuss the benefits and pitfalls that happen when teachers use rich tasks in their classroom.

rich tasks: Planning considerations

 

The teachers conclude their presentation by sharing planning considerations and resources.

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* all photos taken at the Summer Institutes and used with permission of participants