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Summer of Math 2021 with Howie Hua

Join the Summer of Math 2021

Guest Blog by Howie Hua

Last Summer I created a weekly math session called “Math Summer” where teachers do math together over Zoom. I decided to create a space to do math, especially low-floor high-ceiling problems, so we can learn from each other as well as potentially use these tasks in our classroom. Teachers can volunteer to present a task each week.

Here are the presenters and topics for this Summer’s Math Summer:

Low Floor High Ceiling Example

Here is a low-floor high-ceiling activity that we did last year found in the book Teaching for Mathematical Understanding by Tony Cotton:

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This is my favorite low-floor high-ceiling activity because not only are there several ways to find where 1,000 is, but it also shows how patterns can help us find solutions.

Join in June and July 2021

If you are interested in joining us on Zoom one Wednesday or every Wednesday in June and July 10AM-11AM Pacific time,

fill out this Google form:

Hope to see you there!

Howie

2 thoughts on “Summer of Math 2021 with Howie Hua”

  1. I am excited to see that you are offering a session that includes Kindergarten. When I clicked the Google Form to sign up it gave me an error message. Please let me know if there is anything else I need to do to sign up. Thank you for providing this opportunity to collaborate! I am looking forward to it.
    -Sarah Vallejos

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