Getting Students Talking … Open Questions in High School Math

Mishaal Surti

178 – Getting Students Talking . . . Open Questions in High School Math
Thursday, April 14, 2016: 1:00 PM-2:15 PM
3018 (Moscone)

In this session, teachers will learn questioning strategies that can be used to provoke student thinking and develop argumentation in the math classroom. In particular, we will explore how to build math communication and discourse by integrating open questions in high school algebra, functions, and geometry based on the work by Dr. Marian Small.

 

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Mishaal Surti

Mishaal Surti

As the Learning Coordinator for Secondary Mathematics and Student Success with the Thames Valley District School Board in London, Ontario, Mishaal Surti support teachers in 160 schools exploring mathematics pedagogy. These experiences have led to the facilitation of workshops and sessions for the Ontario Association of Mathematics Education, University of Western Ontario, University of Toronto, the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, and the Educational Computing Organization of Ontario. Mishaal looks forward to continuing to support educators as an instructor in the Masters of Mathematics Education program at Western University Canada.

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