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17 Coming to Closure Week 3 Day 15

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22 The Olympics are a lifetime of training for just ten seconds. Jesse Owens American athlete 1936 Olympics

23 Teaching A lifetime of training for every ten seconds of our careers.

24 I am building a fire, and everyday I train, I add more fuel. At just the right moment, I light the match. Mia Hamm American soccer player 2004 Summer Olympics

25 We are building a fire, and with every question we ask, we add more fuel. At just the right moment, we light the match.

26 When anyone tells me I can't do anything, I'm just not listening anymore. Florence Griffith Joyner American athlete 1988 Summer Olympics

27 When anyone tells us we can't do anything, we’re just not listening anymore.

28 The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not winning but taking part; the essential thing in life is not conquering but fighting well. Pierre de Coubertin Founder of modern Olympic Games

29 The essential thing in life is not conquering but fighting well.

30 In the small space on the post card, & with the knowledge that post cards go through multiple hands, write your goal for next year… and your address

31 Park City Home of our Math Camp for over two decades

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33 But we’re leaving Park City now… Coming down from the mountain

34 What’s essential to take home?

35 Have one goal

36 Be focused

37 Change should be gradual and persistent Slow and steady

38 Questioning is only one aspect of good teaching

39 We need friends on this journey

40 Remember all the ways we can connect

41 Discussion & Reflection are tools of change

42 Make student thinking visible by the questions you ask

43 It’s not about the curriculum you teach

44 It’s not about the textbooks you use (or don’t use)

45 It’s not about the technology you use (or don’t use)

46 Professionals

47 The Lifelong Pursuit of Excellence

48 Sharing is caring

49 What’s the message you need to share with your colleagues?

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52 Looking back

53 Hiebert & Stigler

54 Hong Kong Video

55 Australia Video

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59 Push & Probe

60 The Mathematical Practices

61 Looking at student work

62 Asking probing questions

63 My Favorite No

64 Using technology to probe for understanding

65 Responding to issue of social justice

66 Questions while “Hanging Out”

67 Teacher Moves that help or hinder student learning

68 Goal Setting

69 “What message do you need to send to yourself to move forward? How can you encourage yourself? How can you reward yourself?”

70 “What message do you need to send to yourself to move forward? How can you encourage yourself? How can you reward yourself?” Write your message … and then use to send at a time when you’ll need it

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