Two of my favorite presentations from ShadowCon 2018 - notes about each presentation are from Dan Meyer's blog post.
reveals the potency of our presumptions about student competence, and
how students often live up and down to those presumptions. What we
believe about student competence affects how we work with those students, which affects their opportunities to develop competence.
ShadowCon 2018 - Andrew Gael from Shadow Con on Vimeo.
contrasts the ways we talk about students (as though they're
incomplete, fallible) and mathematics (as though it's complete,
infallible) and made a case that teachers should reverse those two
ShadowCon 2018 - Javier Garcia from Shadow Con on Vimeo.