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# Search Results for: notice and wonder

## Notice, Feel, Wonder, and Act: How Can Data Inspire Us to Help?

## Using Videos to Reflect on Practice, Student Identity, and Agency

## Everyone Gets A Handful: Preschoolers Explore Division

## Using Diagrams to Build and Extend Student Understanding

## “Which is Greener?”: Connecting Fractions, Percents, and Ratios in Sixth Grade

## How Many Birds: Mathematizing “Two Many Birds” In First Grade, Part 2

## The Bossy Owl: Mathematizing “Two Many Birds” in First Grade, Part 1

## Changing How I “Mathematize Children’s Literature”

## Using Screenshots & Photos to Reflect on Practice

## Reflections on the Problem-Based Learning (Symmetry Mini-Unit)

## Problem Based Lesson #1: Launching Symmetry in Grade 4

## Using Instructional Routines to Inspire Deep Thinking

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## What Will Help Plan for Tomorrow?

## More Peas, More Carrots: Student Agency in Representations While Problem Solving

## Kids Mathematize the World: Arrays

## Debate in Kindergarten: Building Appreciation for Ten Frames

## Problem Based Lesson #3: Learning From One Another in Grade 4

## Getting Started with Problem Based Learning in Grade 4

## Cultivating Mathematicians… of All Ages