Sarah Woulfin, an associate professor at UConn’s Neag School of Education, said she prioritized students’ humanity during the pandemic, which she hopes will continue. “I am somewhat optimistic that this will stay in a certain way and perhaps in certain pockets,” she said.
“I think it’s a nice gesture, but I think that it’s more important to see what the city does in terms of actions, policies that have an impact on people’s every day lives,” says Tamika La Salle, an associate professor at the Neag School of Education.
To support teachers in implementing ambitious reform efforts, professional developers and teacher educators need to know more about teachers’ thinking about argumentation. Specifically, there is a need to understand more about teachers’ views and evaluations of students’ mathematical arguments as they play out in practice. In this article, we share a tool developed to elicit teachers’ pre- and post evaluations of students’ mathematical arguments on a problem-solving task
LEARN, the Regional Educational Service Center for southeastern Connecticut, has hired Tricia Lee as principal of The Friendship School in Waterford. Presently, Lee serves as assistant principal at The Friendship School.