## Overview

Learning from the practices of others is a powerful way to improve teaching. Explore real mathematics teaching and learning by exploring everyday classrooms where educators are working to refine their mathematics teaching practices.

Learning from the practices of others is a powerful way to improve teaching. Explore real mathematics teaching and learning by exploring everyday classrooms where educators are working to refine their mathematics teaching practices.

Mia Buljan leads a lesson to help students identify and distinguish “put-together” problems from “take-apart” problems. Students defend their thinking to Mia and to classmates, engage in productive struggle, use appropriate tools, and look for and identify mathematical structures.