Adding Talk to the Equation
Discussion and Discovery in Mathematics

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34 videos in this playlist

Adding Talk to the Equation - Series Introduction
The video segments examine the importance of creating a safe learning environment; the value of thinking, reasoning, and questioning; the role of active, accountable listening; and the necessity of giving…
Grade 5 - Introducing Basic Talk Moves
Introduction to Fifth Grade
Grade 1 - Basic Talk Moves with Children
Introduction to First Grade
Grade 3 - Multiple Talk Moves in Action
Introduction to Third Grade

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