Learning from the practices of others is a powerful way to improve teaching. Here, you can explore real mathematics teaching and learning by exploring everyday classrooms where educators are working to refine their mathematics teaching practices.
Public Lessons
Developed by the Noyce Foundation and taught by practicing teachers and professional developers, these lessons have been extensively fieldtested in multiple settings and refined over time, and are generally presented to an audience of participating students and observing teachers. VIDEOS >>
Number Talks
Number talks were developed for classroom teachers to engage students in "mental math" through grappling with interesting mathematics problems. VIDEOS >>
Problems of the Month
Problems of the Month were developed for entire schools to get involved in multilevel explorations of mathematics concepts. VIDEOS >>
Formative ReEngaging Lessons
Formative ReEngaging Lessons involve a cycle of inquiry, instruction, assessment, analysis, selection, and reengagement around a mathematical concept. VIDEOS >>
