Summer is on it’s way! Want to have DOUBLE the fun?!

I am so incredibly excited to annouce a DOUBLE book study for Summer 2014! I had so much fun last summer with What’s Your (Math) Problem? that I decided to have DOUBLE the FUN this summer!!
Yep! You read that right!!! A DOUBLE book study!!
Jennfier Findley from Teaching to Inspire in 5th and Meg Anderson from The Teacher Studio will be leading the discussions through the K-6 version of Good Questions for Math Teaching, 
while Jennifer Smith-Sloane 4mulafun and I, MissMathDork will be leading the discussions through the 5-8 version f Good Questions for Math Teaching!
Make sure to order one or both books soon!  Last year the book we studied sold out soon after we announced the book study!  
Not sure which book study to join? Leave a message below OR email me at missmathdork@gmail.com and I will happily give you some insight on each book – I own both!
Also, check out the Google Calendar below so you can see when the posts will go live. 
 More details soon!
I’ve been re-reading through each book and have been reminded of so many amazing ideas!  I can’t wait to share them with you!!!  Please join us 🙂
Categories: Good Questions for Math Teaching 5-8 and Good Questions for Math Teaching K-6.

Comments

  1. I am moving from 2nd grade to 4th grade and I am thinking that this might be a good book study to jump into. I am very scared about teaching math to 4th graders. I have taught first and second for 17 years. I think I am going to be very rusty with 4th grade math. Can’t wait to begin with you.
    Tammy

    Mrs. Flickinger’s Butterfly Oasis

    • Hi there! What is your licensure? Meaning, if you were to move a grade level, would you be more likely to move to a K-6 position of a 5-8 position? Both books are very similar in what information they give, however, each book gives very specific examples to use in the classroom.

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