Here's the plan:
We will complete a high speed version of a project where students create, explore, and generalize visual counting patterns (pile patterns for example). Sprinkled in will be discussions of how mathematical habits of mind (aka problem solving, aka mathematical practice) can be developed and assessed. Come prepared to do some math.
Basically, we're going to start with
and go from there...
Here's the current draft of my powerpoint (zzzz) presentation. I've never done this before (mostly because I've never been
finished mostly finished putting together a presentation this far in advance). Obviously, there are lots of pieces that need to be filled in (I kind of hate powerpoints that don't have pieces that need to be filled in) but I'm hoping that I can get some feedback beforehand, send participants here during, and continue the conversation afterwards.
Here are some additional resources related to the workshop.
Supposedly there will be attempts to stream the conference for those of you that fail to scalp tickets between now and then. We'll see how well this works, but stop by if you have some time (9-3PST).