A lovely diagram from the NZ educational research into Maori Education (He Kakano loosely translates to ‘the seed’).
The diagram is designed to look at Early Childhood Mathematical Education, but I think it is very relevant to later Mathematical thought. I can imagine that these strategies and ideas would be productive for all students, not just Maori.
At the moment I have particular interest in 'storying’ and the relationship between that and another strand - 'noticing, recognising and constructing relationships’. I’ve started using a journaling system with high school students in Maths, with some interesting stories of progress and learning.
Is anyone else finding success with journals in Mathematics?