Lawson, Alex. What to Look For. Pearson Canada, 2015.
Insight into students’ mathematical thinking and understanding. A framework of numeracy development to plot students, as well as to determine next steps for progress. Videos, blackline masters and e-text included.
Moss, J., Bruce, C., Caswell, B., Flynn, T., Hawes, Z. Taking Shape: Activities to Develop Geometric and Spatial Thinking. Pearson Canada, 2016.
An exploration of spatial thinking in young children through videos, lesson plans, activities, research and more. Delve into symmetry, 2D and 3D shapes, coding and perspective taking.
Christina Tondevold – Build Math Minds
PD in Your PJs – number sense courses, games, assessments, FB community group and free online videos
Book: Mathematically Minded
Intentional Talk: How to Structure and Lead Productive Mathematical Discussions, Elham Kazemi and Allison Hintz
How to structure and lead productive mathematical discussions. Going beyond simply getting to students’ ideas and making their thinking visible, but knowing what to do with those ideas. Provides a framework for planning and facilitating purposeful math discussions at those deeper levels of student learning.