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Robert Kaplinsky: Teaching Mathematical Problem-Solving Digitally: #EduDuctTape S03-E049

Robert Kaplinsky: Teaching Mathematical Problem-Solving Digitally: #EduDuctTape S03-E049

A partire dalEducational Duct Tape


Robert Kaplinsky: Teaching Mathematical Problem-Solving Digitally: #EduDuctTape S03-E049

A partire dalEducational Duct Tape

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69 minuti
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Nov 18, 2020
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#EduDuctTape S03-E049 Episode Notes Available at: jakemiller.net/eduducttape-episode-49 Episode Sponsors: PolyUp.com - Fall Math and STEM Challenge - Visit PolyUp.com and click apply for a grant, or AVID schools sign up via polyup.com/c/AVIDrocks TextHelp - Sign up for a free EquatIO teacher account at text.help/equatio-fft Today’s Guest: Robert Kaplinsky Robert has been an educator since 2003 as a classroom teacher, teacher specialist, instructor for the UCLA, and presenter at conferences around the world. He's the author of Open Middle Math: Problems That Unlock Student Thinking and created the #ObserveMe movement.  He’s also the founder and president of Grassroots Workshops. Contact Info: @robertkaplinsky on Twitter, @robert_kaplinsky on Instagram, @robertkaplinsky on Facebook, robertkaplinsky.com, openmiddle.com, grassrootsworkshops.com, robert@robertkaplinsky.com 2 Truths & 1 Lie Educational Duct Tape Question: "How do I teach mathematical problem solving digitally?" "We are coming from a position where we have always taught it without technology, we should give ourselves a lot of grace." In-N-Out burger question Find similar problems at robertkaplinsky.com/lessons Desmos Activity Builder for a real-world problem Desmos has pre-built classroom activities, as well as the "Activity Builder" for making your own. Use drag-and-drop editing to add content to an interactive slide deck (text boxes, sketches, graphs, etc.) Slides can be oneway (providing info to students) or interactive (text questions, drag-and-drop, sketch, card sorts, etc.) Can see an overlay view that is similar to what Pear Deck offers Teacher.desmos.com Desmos Marbleslides Desmos can anonymize student names and freeze student screens Sliders let students explore elements of problems, patterns, and graphs (for example, changing the m or b in y=mx + b) "A lot of the way that we value mathematics in the United States is on getting the right answers quickly and efficiently. As a teacher, I was really good at creating math robots who could get the answers, but really didn't know what they were talking about."  Focus on real-world problem-solving in mathematics → mathematical modeling "It's easy to enter into, but challenging to master and that, I think, is very satisfying in general." Open Middle Math Find problems on https://www.openmiddle.com/ Learn why educators' like Open Middle problems at #WhyOpenMiddle Open Middle - “Want the Google Slides?” Asynchronous use of the Google Slides - a separate set of slides for each kid, but that makes it more difficult to observe their work Synchronous - collaborative Google Slides Level up - Google Slides with Pear Deck The video of Robert using Pear Deck with an Open Middle problem is in this workshop. or The Answer Pad Open Middle with Desmos Activity Builder The Dunning-Kruger Effect - "The more that you learn, the more that you realize you don't know." The Celebration of the Adjacent Possible Apple Podcast Review from Jated Bubbsy #EduDuctTape Flipgrid Question from Andrew Nikola microphones that I mentioned: Samson Q2U Handheld Dynamic Audio-Technica ATR2100 Audio-Technica ATR2100x Blue Snowball Blue Yeti Rode
Pubblicato:
Nov 18, 2020
Formato:
Episodio podcast