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The future of math in California with Math Teacher Lounge

Join Dan Meyer and Bethany Lockhart Johnson from the Math Teacher Lounge podcast as they sit down with math experts to explore how best to support students in math classrooms across California. This free professional learning series is designed to support individuals, schools, and districts in using collaborative, effective, and engaging math practices in their classrooms. Attend one of our live webinars or watch previous recordings on demand.

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What’s the big idea about Big Ideas?

Join Dan Meyer as he sits down with researcher and educator Jason Zimba to break down the brand-new California math framework. Together, they help answer the big questions about Big Ideas – and how they positively affect math classrooms.

Recorded on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2024

Building equity and engagement in California's math classrooms

All students deserve powerful mathematics instruction. The California framework responds to the structural barriers to mathematics success. Learn how equity is essential and influences all aspects of math instruction and discover how to cultivate a high-engagement math classroom filled with rich tasks.

Recorded on Wednesday, March 13, 2024

Addressing all students with authentic tasks

Students don’t just learn math using numbers! Learn how the use of open, authentic tasks with words, visuals, and models can support all students in their conceptual understanding of math across grade levels.

Recorded on Wednesday, April 17, 2024

How to make problem-based learning work for you in the K–12 classroom

Problem-based learning, when set up the right way, puts students in engaging, social situations that make math feel real and relevant. Join Dan and Bethany as they explore how problem-based math instruction can work for you, no matter your instructional setup this year. 

Thursday, May 1, 2024, 4:00 p.m. PDT


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