“My Students Can’t Do That”

October 1, 2017 Mathematical Musings, News, Updates for Math Educators - News by Looney Math Consulting No comments

“My Students Can’t Do That” What is your reaction to that statement? How does this connect with your belief about education? When watching a webinar by Andrew Gael this summer, this slide was presented and the impact, for me, was jarring. These are words I never want to hear. This belief system prevents forward momentum. […]

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Promote Deep and Purposeful Learning

April 25, 2017 Mathematical Musings, News, Summer Courses, Updates for Math Educators - News by Looney Math Consulting No comments

“There has never been a more important time to teach young people to suspend judgment, weigh evidence, consider multiple perspectives, and speak up with wisdom and grace on behalf of themselves and others.” —  Mary Ehrenworth, Why Argue?, February 2017 This quote shared by Annie Fretter at the NCTM conference this April resonates loudly with me. Some […]

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Our 2nd Annual Nancy Davis Welch Memorial Professional Development

February 12, 2017 News, Updates for Math Educators - News by Looney Math Consulting No comments

To celebrate Nancy Davis Welch (1967 – 2015),  Looney Math Consulting is offering: The second annual evening of professional development for educators of mathematics working with students in grades K-8. Nancy embodied the values of a true educator. She inspired learners with the confidence that with knowledge comes success. She has touched the lives of […]

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