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Please help me Build a Thinking Classroom. Peter Liljedahl, a researcher and author of the book Building Thinking Classrooms in Mathematics, gives direction to math teachers on to provide classroom norms that encourage and support student engagement. Liljedajhl says, "Thinking is a necessary precursor to learning. and if students are not thinking, they are not learning." (p. 5, 2021) The Thinking Classroom is built upon 14 practices. My initial work is in implementing the first 3 practices. 1) Give thinking tasks, 2) Frequently form visibly random groups, and 3) Use vertical non-permanent surfaces (p. 281)

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Please help me Build a Thinking Classroom. Peter Liljedahl, a researcher and author of the book Building Thinking Classrooms in Mathematics, gives direction to math teachers on to provide classroom norms that encourage and support student engagement. Liljedajhl says, "Thinking is a necessary precursor to learning. and if students are not thinking, they are not learning." (p. 5, 2021) The Thinking Classroom is built upon 14 practices. My initial work is in implementing the first 3 practices. 1) Give thinking tasks, 2) Frequently form visibly random groups, and 3) Use vertical non-permanent surfaces (p. 281)

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