#SlowMath: Looking for Structure and Noticing Regularity in Repeated Reasoning #T3IC

At the 2018 International T³ Conference in San Antonio, Jill Gough (@jgough) and I presented the following 90 minute session.

#SlowMath: looking for structure 
and noticing regularity in repeated reasoning

How do we provide opportunities for students to learn to use structure and repeated reasoning? What expressions, equations and diagrams require making what isn’t pictured visible? Let’s engage in tasks where making use of structure and repeated reasoning can provide an advantage and think about how to provide that same opportunity for students.

Here’s Jill’s sketch note of our plan:

Dave Johnston (@Johnston_MSMath) recorded his thinking and learning and shared it with us via Twitter.

Cross-posted on Experiments in Learning by Doing

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