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Low Floor/High Ceiling
PD around implementing math task that are low floor and high ceiling especially at the middle school level in order to provide access to a diverse group of abilities/skill levels or PD on the book "5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Math Discussion."

Selecting and Sequencing Student Work
This PD is on how to facilitate low-floor high-ceiling tasks to optimize productive mathematical discussions in order for students to learn from each other and move forward in their thinking. We will focus on the practice of selecting and sequencing student work to guide classroom discussion.

Becky Bob-Waksberg, Genevieve Esmende, Lisa Soltani, and Irene Espiritu

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