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Making Math Moments That Matter

Kyle Pearce & Jon Orr

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Making Math Moments That Matter

Making Math Moments That Matter

Kyle Pearce & Jon Orr

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Wondering how to create a classroom culture where students don't want to stop exploring mathematics when the bell rings? Kyle Pearce from TapIntoTeenMinds.com and Jon Orr from MrOrr-IsAGeek.com team up to uncover how we can Make Math Moments That Matter for every student in the math classroom from Kindergarten through Grade 12. Discover how you can build easy to plan and fun to deliver math lessons that kids will not only love, but also learn from using the Making Math Moments That Matter 3-Part Framework. Get ready to learn as we interview math education influencers, engage in coaching calls with mathematics educators from around the world, and take deep dives into assessment, differentiation, student behaviour, engagement, problem solving, math fact fluency, and many other common teacher challenges as we strive to Make Math Moments That Matter. Let’s learn how we can meet the needs of every learner in all classrooms regardless of student readiness together!

Latest Episodes

Are you missing the mark in 3-Act Math Tasks? An Interview with Graham Fletcher

Today we have GFletchy himself! Yes, today on the podcast we have 3-Act Math Task Builder, National Speaker, and Math Specialist Graham Fletcher.

51 MIN23 h ago
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Are you missing the mark in 3-Act Math Tasks? An Interview with Graham Fletcher

Convincing Students To Value Struggle - A Math Mentoring Moment

Christina Marin a dedicated and reflective middle school teacher from the Bay Area in California. We talk with christina today about struggles around how students are resistant to learning through productive struggle. Especially students who have been successful in traditional math classes. In our conversation we talk about how using purposeful questioning and planning can give you the confidence you need to convince students that the struggle is worth it.

47 MIN1 w ago
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Convincing Students To Value Struggle - A Math Mentoring Moment

Learning Trajectories & Running Records: An Interview with Dr. Nicki Newton

We have a treat for you today. We’re speaking with the great and obviously passionate Dr. Nicki Newton. By the end of this episode you’ll wish Nicki could just keep on going. She shares with us today her passion about learning trajectories and why we all need to learn them for various mathematical ideas. She fills us in why we should be using running running records, and she gives you many knowledge bombs and resources during this one hour session.

57 MIN2 w ago
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Learning Trajectories & Running Records: An Interview with Dr. Nicki Newton

How to Transform Your Textbook Into A Curiosity Machine

Why spend hours of your limited planning time searching the internet for better resources just to find that you have to PAY for those resources out of your own pocket? Instead, learn how to use the resources you already have access to so that you can Make Math Moments That Matter!

68 MIN3 w ago
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How to Transform Your Textbook Into A Curiosity Machine

How To Coach Teachers For Effective Change: A Math Mentoring Moment

In this Math Mentoring Moment Episode we speak with Patrick Kosal. Patrick a math coach from Mooresville, North Carolina - who isn’t seeing that ongoing drive to continue striving effective teaching practices in the teachers he works with. Stick with us as we learn how working with teachers is similar to working with students and how it’s not! How we can spark a love of learning in teachers we work with. Easy strategies to help "resistor teachers" change ineffective (but comfortable) old-school practice

60 MINJAN 20
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How To Coach Teachers For Effective Change: A Math Mentoring Moment

Singapore Methodology: An Interview with Sarah Schaefer

Today we speak with Sarah Schaefer who is the go-to person when learning about the Singapore Methodology. Sarah is the Principal at M4thodology in Atlantic beach Fl and unleashes a bunch of great tips and ideas on how to use the singapore methodology in your classroom. You’ll also hear about how the Singapore method falls in line with the 5 practices and how you can use lesson study to avoid teacher isolation.

58 MINJAN 13
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Singapore Methodology: An Interview with Sarah Schaefer

How We Started Math Council and Why You Should, Too!

Today we speak with Craig Guthrie and Brenda Delduca as they share their insights, wisdom and experience on starting up a math council in their school. Craig and Brenda both joined our very own Kyle Pearce among others in an international project with Canada and Norway.Stick with us as they’ll also share what they learned about the power of student voice from visiting schools in Norway and how they brought that learning back to their school.

53 MINJAN 6
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How We Started Math Council and Why You Should, Too!

A Year Under Our Belts

In this last episode of 2019 Kyle and Jon share their big success for the year, dive behind the scenes on the podcast, and discuss their plans and goals for 2020.

41 MIN2019 DEC 30
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A Year Under Our Belts

Authoring Our Math Identities - An Interview with Lauren Baucom

That there is the highly respected math educator Lauren Baucom. Lauren is from North Carolina and we chat with her today about her powerful and eye opening 2019 NCTM presentation “Whose Mathematics Is It anyways? (De)Tracking of Teachers & Students”

65 MIN2019 DEC 23
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Authoring Our Math Identities - An Interview with Lauren Baucom

Seeing Before Showing: An Interview with Sara VanDerWerf

This week we chat with Sara VanDerWerf, former K-12 Math Lead with Minneapolis Public Schools who taught grades 7 through 12, the President of the Minnesota Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and independent mathematics consultant. Lean in as we chat with Sara about her journey from being a fast “calculator” in her own K through 12 learning experience to focusing on making student thinking visible in the classroom.

55 MIN2019 DEC 16
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Seeing Before Showing: An Interview with Sara VanDerWerf

Latest Episodes

Are you missing the mark in 3-Act Math Tasks? An Interview with Graham Fletcher

Today we have GFletchy himself! Yes, today on the podcast we have 3-Act Math Task Builder, National Speaker, and Math Specialist Graham Fletcher.

51 MIN23 h ago
Comments
Are you missing the mark in 3-Act Math Tasks? An Interview with Graham Fletcher

Convincing Students To Value Struggle - A Math Mentoring Moment

Christina Marin a dedicated and reflective middle school teacher from the Bay Area in California. We talk with christina today about struggles around how students are resistant to learning through productive struggle. Especially students who have been successful in traditional math classes. In our conversation we talk about how using purposeful questioning and planning can give you the confidence you need to convince students that the struggle is worth it.

47 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Convincing Students To Value Struggle - A Math Mentoring Moment

Learning Trajectories & Running Records: An Interview with Dr. Nicki Newton

We have a treat for you today. We’re speaking with the great and obviously passionate Dr. Nicki Newton. By the end of this episode you’ll wish Nicki could just keep on going. She shares with us today her passion about learning trajectories and why we all need to learn them for various mathematical ideas. She fills us in why we should be using running running records, and she gives you many knowledge bombs and resources during this one hour session.

57 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Learning Trajectories & Running Records: An Interview with Dr. Nicki Newton

How to Transform Your Textbook Into A Curiosity Machine

Why spend hours of your limited planning time searching the internet for better resources just to find that you have to PAY for those resources out of your own pocket? Instead, learn how to use the resources you already have access to so that you can Make Math Moments That Matter!

68 MIN3 w ago
Comments
How to Transform Your Textbook Into A Curiosity Machine

How To Coach Teachers For Effective Change: A Math Mentoring Moment

In this Math Mentoring Moment Episode we speak with Patrick Kosal. Patrick a math coach from Mooresville, North Carolina - who isn’t seeing that ongoing drive to continue striving effective teaching practices in the teachers he works with. Stick with us as we learn how working with teachers is similar to working with students and how it’s not! How we can spark a love of learning in teachers we work with. Easy strategies to help "resistor teachers" change ineffective (but comfortable) old-school practice

60 MINJAN 20
Comments
How To Coach Teachers For Effective Change: A Math Mentoring Moment

Singapore Methodology: An Interview with Sarah Schaefer

Today we speak with Sarah Schaefer who is the go-to person when learning about the Singapore Methodology. Sarah is the Principal at M4thodology in Atlantic beach Fl and unleashes a bunch of great tips and ideas on how to use the singapore methodology in your classroom. You’ll also hear about how the Singapore method falls in line with the 5 practices and how you can use lesson study to avoid teacher isolation.

58 MINJAN 13
Comments
Singapore Methodology: An Interview with Sarah Schaefer

How We Started Math Council and Why You Should, Too!

Today we speak with Craig Guthrie and Brenda Delduca as they share their insights, wisdom and experience on starting up a math council in their school. Craig and Brenda both joined our very own Kyle Pearce among others in an international project with Canada and Norway.Stick with us as they’ll also share what they learned about the power of student voice from visiting schools in Norway and how they brought that learning back to their school.

53 MINJAN 6
Comments
How We Started Math Council and Why You Should, Too!

A Year Under Our Belts

In this last episode of 2019 Kyle and Jon share their big success for the year, dive behind the scenes on the podcast, and discuss their plans and goals for 2020.

41 MIN2019 DEC 30
Comments
A Year Under Our Belts

Authoring Our Math Identities - An Interview with Lauren Baucom

That there is the highly respected math educator Lauren Baucom. Lauren is from North Carolina and we chat with her today about her powerful and eye opening 2019 NCTM presentation “Whose Mathematics Is It anyways? (De)Tracking of Teachers & Students”

65 MIN2019 DEC 23
Comments
Authoring Our Math Identities - An Interview with Lauren Baucom

Seeing Before Showing: An Interview with Sara VanDerWerf

This week we chat with Sara VanDerWerf, former K-12 Math Lead with Minneapolis Public Schools who taught grades 7 through 12, the President of the Minnesota Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and independent mathematics consultant. Lean in as we chat with Sara about her journey from being a fast “calculator” in her own K through 12 learning experience to focusing on making student thinking visible in the classroom.

55 MIN2019 DEC 16
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Seeing Before Showing: An Interview with Sara VanDerWerf
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