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Allison Hintz
Mathematical learner. Co-author of Intentional Talk: How to structure and lead productive mathematical discussions
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Heising-Simons Foundation Feb 21
Grantee partner offers free and easy to use resources for early childhood teacher educators. Check them out!
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Joi Spencer Feb 23
“We must have a vision of freedom beyond our generation. Freedom has a price and that price is vigilance.” ⁦
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Clint Smith Feb 22
I know this is not at all a new point, but I can't tell y'all how much I love and appreciate public libraries. I love them as a parent. I love them as a researcher. I love them as a writer. I love them as a reader. Shout out to universal public goods & services.
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Berkeley Everett Feb 22
What are your favorite quotes about the importance of listening to student thinking in math class?
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Allison Hintz Feb 22
Replying to @BerkeleyEverett
This is such an interesting question! Can you say more about why you’re asking. I appreciate the inquiry.....
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Allison Hintz Feb 22
We learned this from Leslie Herrenkohl, right I remember hearing her say this and thinking, oh yes!
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Allison Hintz Feb 22
I learned this from she has such thoughtful ideas about teacher listening!
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Allison Hintz Feb 20
Replying to @robertqberry
Thank you! Ive really appreciated how inspiring and approachable you’ve been as a President!
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José Vilson Feb 13
Buenos dias, mi gente. Sometimes, we're so quick to reply, we don't gift ourselves a bit of silence. Silence as an intentional action does a few things wonderfully: it gives us wait time, space to reflect, and also present our better selves. Listen first. This is our moment.
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Allison Hintz Feb 12
Replying to @mathedmatters
You’ve captured this whole experience so well! Yes!
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Allison Hintz Feb 11
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Allison Hintz Feb 11
Humility. Humanizing. Powerful words and ideas
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Allison Hintz Feb 11
Yes! And i think this work pushes us to more deeply understand listening. How do we listen to another when our ideas are in progress? We cannot listen evaluatively, we must listen to understand, to generate new ideas together
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Allison Hintz Feb 11
Replying to @stenhousepub
Make our practice public with colleagues! Invite people to help us think and try things together. Be more playful
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Allison Hintz Feb 11
Your ideas have had a big impact on me personally I am a reluctant talker who "listens" to mitigate the risks of sharing. I still have a lot of work to do but in some spaces I'm trying rough draft talk
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Allison Hintz Feb 11
Replying to @kassiaowedekind
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Allison Hintz Feb 11
Replying to @MandyMathEd
Ah yes, like sharpening or deepening your idea
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Allison Hintz Feb 11
Replying to @drjenmathed
You say this so beautifully! I'm very curious about the ways cultivates a community space for being heard
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Allison Hintz Feb 11
This leads us to thinking about how nurtures a more positive identity as a mathematician for more people
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Allison Hintz Feb 11
Replying to @stenhousepub
Hmmm i'm thinking out loud here... academic safety b/c there is not pressure to have it right or figured out the first time. Equity because there are many ways to be a contributor in our community
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