##### 9th-12th Grade

Communication and Reasoning Resources

What’s Going On In this Graph? (NY Times)

7 Ways to Explore the Math of the Coronavirus with the NYT

Routines for Reasoning - Fostering Math Practices

Desmos Classroom Activities (plus their activity builder and graphing calculator)

Visual Patterns by Fawn Nguyen - A bank of visual growing patterns. Visual Patterns Assignment Example

Robert Kaplinsky’s “challenging problems worth solving” organized by high school course.

Number Talks

Secondary Number Talks by Sara Van Der Warf (After reading her ideas, check out all her links at the bottom of the blog post)

Number Talks by Fawn Nguyen

Secondary “Math Talks” (from “How We Teach”)

Number Talks Books: 1) Making Number Talks Matter 2) Digging Deeper

Book: Up for Debate - Chris Luzniak

Frogs: A logic task from NRich Maths

Factors and Multiples Game: Another task from NRich which supports strategic thinking and problem solving. Explained by Marilyn Burns

Nim-Like Games: Logic games from NRich Maths.

Data Science

Playing computer games creates a lot of data, which usually disappear when the game is over. But in Data Games, you learn to analyze data that are saved, learning math and data skills that help you win!

Tuva - A data literacy platform (not free)

Concord Consortium - STEM Resource Finder

You Cubed Data Science Units - Jo Boaler

Task, data, and resources provided by TODOS at the 2019 CMC Conference.

This is a social justice lesson in which students investigate if there is bias in who the police/highway patrol pull-over.

Here are recent local data

Data sets related to science experiments (although having students do the experiments and create the data would be more ideal)

Pew Research Center: Great visual representations of data with explanations of how the data was collected.

Algebra

Functions

Graphing Stories (Kaplinsky)

In-N-Out 100x100 burger (Kaplinsky)

Probability

Probability can be really fun. After getting a sense of the basics and exploring various “games”, students can create their own games of chance, with a discussion about the odds of their games, who the game favors, etc. A discussion and exploration of the Monty Hall 3-door problem is fascinating and does not follow our typical logic. Mathematicians argue about this problem.

Variety of Rich Task Resources

Radical Math - Resources for Teaching Math with a Social Justice Perspective

National Science Digital Library: Type in any math topic and it will provide you with links to tasks.

Robert Kaplinksy’s Video & Image-Launched Tasks

Bowland Math: Performance Tasks

Illustrative Math: Free online curriculum organized by course and standards.

YouCubed. Wealth of resources including low floor, high ceiling tasks.

NRich Maths: Rich Tasks, Puzzles, Games

Mathematical Modeling Resources