I’d argue that students actually move from stage 1 to 2 many times in their careers. It may not be in a “heavyweight” subject like calculus, but even in middle school we ask them to revisit and explain/justify/prove things they have used previously. https://t.co/FgFjdIOi33
Game, blouses. https://t.co/VRzAqfozB1
Some more research to support the importance of math as sense-making.
Hey @elonmusk and @JeffBezos my 13 year-old student figured out a better way to spend your money than shooting pieces of metal into space. Hmu if you want me to connect you https://t.co/JrzZRZl7mP
.@ISZL Grade 7 mathematics students applying their understanding of ratio to visualize wealth as a distance.
Well done for braving the -7° temperatures! https://t.co/PwEn5Mudv2
whatever i’ve got 32 tabs open right now https://t.co/7xSR1ZZFas
“There’s no question that Amazon Prime marked a major moment in the history of buying stuff off the internet, but to present it as the work of an ingenious inventor seems a stretch. For all the vastness of Bezos’s wealth and power, the banality of its foundation is undeniable.” https://t.co/dyHKb9hDuP
International schools are by nature of their clientele already in on the meme. So our task there as educators must be “How do we teach them to include the people who weren’t in on the meme to begin with?”
A great article on the $GME situation by @chaykak
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Why Switzerland became one of the world’s worst coronavirus hotspots. https://t.co/lvBDTiG6Uz
Making positive assumptions that since 2016 polling methods got better and the mathematical models improved, there’s still this huge problem: the element of asking someone who they want to vote for in 2020 is ripe for self-censorship and thus inaccuracy