Tool to Distinguish Between Depth of Knowledge Levels - This tool that can be used to facilitate a conversation around depth of knowledge levels 1 through 3.

Tool to Distinguish Between Depth of Knowledge Levels - Robert Kaplinsky

How Old Is The Shepherd? 32 eighth grade students answer the question "There are 125 sheep and 5 dogs in a flock. How old is the shepherd?"

How Old Is The Shepherd? 32 eighth grade students answer the question "There are 125 sheep and 5 dogs in a flock. How old is the shepherd?

How do the Common Core Math, ELA, and Next Gen Science Standards Overlap? - See how a Venn diagram helps articulate the commonalities between the CCSS ELA, CCSS Math, and NGSS practice standards.

How do the Common Core Math, ELA, and Next Gen Science Standards Overlap? - See how a Venn diagram helps articulate the commonalities between the CCSS ELA, CCSS Math, and NGSS practice standards.

How I Integrate Depth of Knowledge Into Mathematics - My successes and challenges with implementing depth of knowledge in the mathematics classroom.

How I Integrate Depth of Knowledge Into Mathematics - My successes and challenges with implementing depth of knowledge in the mathematics classroom.

Depth of Knowledge: When will students ever use this? What DOK level should I start my students off with? This and more in my DOK FAQ.

Depth of Knowledge: When will students ever use this? What DOK level should I start my students off with? This and more in my DOK FAQ.

Problem Solving Framework: Use this tool to help your students solve problems--it help them develop their own problem solving techniques.

My favorite tool for helping students solve problems is the Problem Solving Framework. I love using it because it scaffolds students often underdeveloped critical thinking skills and helps them develop their own problem solving techniques.

What Does It Mean To Understand Mathematics? - Sixth grade students demonstrate on video how they can have procedural skill with subtracting fractions but no ability to apply that knowledge.

What Does It Mean To Understand Mathematics? - Sixth grade students demonstrate on video how they can have procedural skill with subtracting fractions but no ability to apply that knowledge.

Math teachers! Follow the hashtag #ObserveMe, gather feedback, and grow professionally.

When this lack of collaboration permeates an entire school, teachers more closely resemble independent contractors than colleagues.

What have you learned from #ObserveMe challenge at your school? Share new ideas and tips that you've learned along the way..

What have you learned from challenge at your school? Share new ideas and tips that you've learned along the way.

How do you think 32 8th grade students would respond to this nonsensical question: “There are 125 sheep and 5 dogs in a flock. How old is the shepherd?” Take a guess as to what percentage of them would give a numerical answer and then watch this video!

How do you think 32 grade students would respond to this nonsensical question: “There are 125 sheep and 5 dogs in a flock. How old is the shepherd?” Take a guess as to what percentage of them would give a numerical answer and then watch this video!

How do you incorporate problem-based learning into a unit? Here's 2 ways & 1 to avoid!

How do you incorporate problem-based learning into a unit? Here's 2 ways & 1 to avoid!

Problem-Based Learning Frequently Asked Questions - Answers to questions including: How long does it take to do a problem-based lesson? How often do you do problem-based learning? Do you use a problem-based lesson to begin a unit or after you’ve already taught them everything they need to know? How is problem-based learning graded? How long does it take to create a problem-based lesson?

Answers to frequently asked questions about problem-based learning.

Lessons learned from 70 days of lesson study with grade 3 through high school math teachers.

Lessons Learned from Lesson Study (Robert Kaplinsky - Glenrock Consulting)

Questions about problem-based learning in math education? Get your questions answered here.

Questions about problem-based learning in math education? Get your questions answered here.

What do Pinterest Fails and Depth of Knowledge have in common?

Pin Nailed It. Failed It. So I’ve been wanting to make cake pops. But, mine didn’t turn out. So instead I modeled this pin attempt to the Cookie Monster Cupcake pin. My cake pop attempts are on.

How well do students explain their thinking in your math classroom? This blog post will help you get your students to make convincing explanations.

Levels of Convincing - Robert Kaplinsky

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