Facilitating problem-based math lessons means creating the space and conditions for students to engage in discourse, grappling and applying a range of strategies to solve problems. Teachers work to maintain the cognitive demand of a task by helping students understand what to do and providing them with enough information to tackle a task. In the second session of the virtual launch series, participants will explore the routines and the design of each lesson component in order to understand how they support teaching and facilitating problem-based lessons.
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I use the curriculum resources and structures to teach math with a problem-based approach.