#51: Reimagining the work done in math classrooms: An Interview with Jose Vilson

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This week we talk with Jose Vilson, an educator from Harlem New York. Jose is a national speaker, an author he was named one of GOOD Inc.’s GOOD100 in 2013 of leaders changing their worlds and an Aspen Ideas Scholar in 2013. He has also spoken at TEDxNYED, Education Writers Association Annual Conference, Netroots Nation, The US Department of Education, and the Save Our Schools March.

His blog, TheJoseVilson.com, was named one of the top 25 Education Blogs by Scholastic, and Education World. We chat with Jose today about How we should REIMAGINe THE WORK IN MATH CLASSROOMS, Why trust and classroom culture are the most important parts of teaching and Why Teacher Voice is important at the district level.

You’ll Learn:

  1. How we should reimagine the work in math classrooms
  2. Why trust and classroom culture are the most important parts of teaching.
  3. What strategies and tips you can use to change your classroom culture.
  4. Why Teacher Voice is important at the district level.

Resources:

www.Thejosevilson.com

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