For those of you who are interested in joining me through a summer of professional reading about math, I have the outline for the FIRST of THREE (that's right . . . THREE!) book studies! Two will be very informal and done right here on my blog. The third is a surprise--and more information will be coming soon!

To get us started, we are going to dig in to "The Differentiated Math Classroom" by Miki Murray for the month of June. Here is my plan!

The book is divided into three sections. I will be writing posts to match each one--with a quick summary and a list of discussion questions and a call for real-world examples. I will write the post on the weekend which will give the entire next week for people to comment, read, reread and so on! How does that sound?

So . . . Here is the schedule! Please let me know if you are going to participate in Book Study #1--and then work to get your book so you can get started!

Post #1: Weekend of June 8/9: Discussion questions around section 1. The following week will be used for posting!

Post #2: Weekend of June 15/16: Discussion questions around section 2: The following week will be used for posting!

Post #3: Weekend of June 22/23: Discussion questions around section 3: The following week will be used for posting!

If this format works well, we will do something similar in July and early August for the other book, "Minds on Mathematics" by Wendy Ward Hoffer.

So . . . I am SUPER excited to get going on this wonderful way for us to connect about teaching with teachers across the world --and about such an important topic! Again--let me know if you are "in" for book study #1!

I would, like to join the book group. Have already ordered my book.

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Jamie aka MissMathDork!

I'm in! Already ordered and received my book!

ReplyDeleteLove it! I'm in. I am looking forward to it! Thanks.

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ReplyDeleteI would love to do it! I will order my books The two you have mentioned. Looking forward to this.

ReplyDeleteI am excited. I just ordered the 2 books. ;)

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ReplyDeleteCount me in! I am heading over to Amazon to place my order. I am so excited about this!

ReplyDeleteI'm IN! Ordered the book and it should be here by Friday. Can't wait. :)

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ReplyDeleteI guess I should mention I'm just in for the first - the second is a bit above my grade level. :)

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Looking forward to it!

ReplyDeleteLinda May 29, 2013 I have the book and I am VERY excited to join this book study!

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I just bought my book!

ReplyDeleteI am so excited, everyone! I am working on the first post for section one! There is SO much to talk about! We will all hopefully leave with some great "real world" applications...be ready to share what you have done and to brainstorm what more we can do!

ReplyDeleteI would love to join. I'm heading to amazon to get my book.

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ReplyDeleteHow can I join the post ? I'm super interested since I work with a diverse population & big percentage ESL students

ReplyDeleteHi Shanna! Just stop by the blog each of the next 3 weekends to see the discussion questions--then come back during the week to share your ideas and read the ideas of others. It's easy!

DeleteHappened to have the book, but not the time to read it! Count me in, too!

ReplyDeleteHappened to have the book, but not the time to read it! Count me in, too!

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ReplyDeleteTeresa

Confessions of a Teaching Junkie

So glad so many people are interested in working with this book! I know we will all leave with some great strategies to help ALL the learners in our classrooms!

ReplyDeleteI am interested in joining your group. I might miss the first week since I just ordered the book. This is exactly the work I need to do for math next year!

ReplyDeleteI'm interested! I just ordered my book!

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