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Relational Thinking in Mathematics Classrooms: Numeric and Algebraic Reasoning

Relational Thinking in Mathematics Classrooms: Numeric and Algebraic Reasoning

People of all ages and in all spaces use relational thinking on a regular basis. Relational thinking, generally speaking, involves using existing understanding to reason about and make sense of novel information or situations to deepen and/or construct new understanding. In recent years, the IFL math team has been exploring ideas related to relational thinking and its role in teaching and learning mathematics for understanding.

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Learning from Vic Bill: 5 Lessons for Leading Impactful Work

Learning from Vic Bill: 5 Lessons for Leading Impactful Work

In our final article of the school year, we spotlight Victoria “Vic” Bill who spent more than three decades as an educator and led the IFL math team for more than 25 years. How did she support and sustain the development of relevant professional learning opportunities and new products for math teachers? Read about (and learn from) her leadership skills that impacted the work of so many educators.

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Superintendent’s Student Cabinet a Success  

Superintendent’s Student Cabinet a Success  

You wouldn’t want to be at a job where you had no say on what happens, how it happens, or why it happens. So why wouldn’t students want the same? By inviting student voice into your school, you’re building accountability and credibility with the students you serve.

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