## Resources

## NYC Math Lab 2017 Resources

**Readings for Friday, July 28th**

Lesson Plan: Friday, July 28th, 2017

5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematical Discussions

Planning a Lesson with Teaching for Understanding in Mind

Connecting Arithmetic to Algebra, Chapters 1 & 2

**Readings for Thursday, July 27th**

Lesson Plan: Thursday, July 27th, 2017

Engage NY Fractions 4th Grade Fractions Module

**Readings for Wednesday, July 26th**

Lesson Plan: Wednesday, July 26th, 2017

Engage NY Fractions 4th Grade Topic B Overview

Engage NY Fractions 4th Grade Lesson 7

Engage NY Fractions 4th Grade Lesson 8

Eliciting and Interpreting Student Thinking Handout

**Readings for Tuesday, July 25th**

Lesson Plan: Tuesday, July 25th, 2017

Engage NY Fractions 4th Grade Topic A Overview

Engage NY Fractions 4th Grade Lesson 5

Engage NY Fractions 4th Grade Lesson 6

Reading: Beliefs About the Mathematics Curriculum

**Readings for Monday, July 24th**

Lesson Plan: Monday, July 24th, 2017

Reading: Five Equity-Based Practices in Mathematics Classrooms

Reading: CCSS Fractions Progression (only 3rd Grade for Monday)

Optional Reading: NCTM 7 Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices

Optional Reading: That's Not Fair and Why: Developing Social Justice Advocates in Math

## NYC Math Lab 2016 Resources

**Readings for Monday, July 25th**

Math Collective Fractions Progression

NCTM 7 Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices

**Readings for Tuesday, July 26th**

Eliciting, Interpreting, and "Nudging" Student Thinking

**Readings for Wednesday, July 27th**

*Connecting Arithmetic to Algebra* Vignette

**Readings for Thursday, July 28th**

**Reading for Friday, July 29th**

**Student Work**

Monday's Naming Cuisenaire Rods

Monday's Closing Problem and Reflection

Tuesday's Closing Problem and Reflection

Wednesday's Animal Olympics Partner Work

Wednesday's Closing Problem and Reflection

Thursday's Closing Problem and Reflection

**Charts**

**Restorative Circles Resources**

Circle Keeper's Handbook

Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility Website

*Can "Restorative Justice" Happen in Math Class? One Teacher's Idea*