Rich Learning with Dan Finkel | Part 4: Student Ownership

All Rich Learning Series with Dan Finkel

“Student ownership in the mathematics classroom — it’s the difference between students who go through the motions and students who identify as mathematicians and problem solvers. So how can we help students own their mathematical experiences?”

In this video, Dan and our Maths Pathway teachers show us how to wrap-up a Rich lesson. This involves helping students reflect, articulate their thoughts and most importantly, take ownership of the experience.

Ready to run a Rich task in your classroom? You can run 1-2 Nim, the Maths Magic Trick and Squarable Numbers by watching the lesson plan videos and downloading the classroom resources.

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