## Reflective Practice: Using video to improve teaching

Recording lessons is not only good for your students – Daniel talks about how it has helped to reflect on his teaching as well.

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# Math

## Reflective Practice: Using video to improve teaching

## Recording your lessons: Blended learning in your classroom

## Mathematical Thinking & Competency Development

## Shifting to Learning Situations – A Glimpse into a Math Classroom

## Changing Math Mindsets

## A glimpse into the classroom – context in math teaching & learning

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Recording lessons is not only good for your students – Daniel talks about how it has helped to reflect on his teaching as well.

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Recording your lessons is one way to blend learning that can benefit all of your students.

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**Questions for reflection:**

What are your students talking about in your classroom?

Is there a place for conversation in your math class?

Conversation can help develop all 3 competencies in the Diversified Basic Education Math program. How can you design opportunities for conversation about math into your learning situations?

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**Questions for reflection:**

How are you helping yourself through a shift to learning situations?

What is changing in your practice? What is staying the same?

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Changing how we think about math and addressing myths and assumptions about math with our students can be an essential element of success.

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**Questions for Reflection:**

How are your students using math to make sense of the world around them?

How is your practice changing with the shift towards contextual math learning situations?