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What Are "Number Talks"?

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Posted 10/6/2018 4:53 PM (#4749)
Subject: What Are "Number Talks"?

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Number Talks

Number Talks in elementary, middle, and high school classrooms is a high leverage practice for numeracy development and for closing gaps in understanding.
This practice encourages inquiry-based learning and student-to-student productive dialogue and assists students in crafting constructed assessment responses.

A Beginner’s Guide to Number Talks, GSE Effective Instructional Practices Guide, and Looking Inside Mathematics Classrooms will assist educators in structuring successful Number Talks and will provide resources for effective classroom implementation.
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