NCSM 2021: Shame, Shame, Go Away: Leading Teachers to Promote Productive Struggle in Fostering Doers of Mathematics

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In September of 2021, my colleagues, Ann Monroe and Candies Cook, and I, were to present our work at the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA. That event was canceled and we were offered the opportunity to share our work virtually. We provided a video, embedded below, and created this website as a place to link resources connected to the presentation.

Our presentation in 2019, at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics was a packed room where many experienced practitioners shared 5 Ways to Promote Productive Struggle and minimize shame which can be found in this resource.

We also presented at the Mathematics Specialist Conference in Oxford, MS around where we shared “The Struggle is Real…Good #CelebrateTheStruggle” and was able to generate even more ideas on how to minimize shame in the mathematics classroom which can be found in this resource.

Don’t hesitate to contact me (Joel Amidon), and/or my colleagues, Ann Monroe and Candies Cook about this content!

In addition we have talked about these ideas in three podcast episodes which are embedded below.

Show notes for this episode can be found here.