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Michelle Stephan, David Pugalee, Julie Cline, and Chris Cline
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From respected voices in STEM education comes an innovative lesson planning approach to help turn students into problem solvers: lesson imaging. In this approach, teachers anticipate how chosen activities will unfold in real time—what solutions, questions, and misconceptions students might have and how teachers can promote deeper reasoning. When lesson imaging occurs before instruction, students achieve lesson objectives more naturally and powerfully.
A successful STEM unit attends to activities, questions, technology, and passions. It also entails a careful detailed image of how each activity will play out in the classroom. Lesson Imaging in Math and Science presents teachers with
Packed with classroom examples, lesson imaging templates, and tips on how to start the process, this book is sure to help teachers anticipate students' ideas and questions and stimulate deeper learning in science, math, engineering, and technology.
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MICHELLE STEPHAN, EdD, is an associate professor of mathematics education with a joint appointment in the College of Education and Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. After working as an associate professor at Purdue University Calumet, she left academia for the classroom, where she taught middle school mathematics for seven years in Florida. Read more
DAVID PUGALEE, PhD, is a professor of education at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where he serves as director of the Center for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education. He has more than a decade of experience teaching mathematics and science at the elementary, middle, and secondary levels. His research interest is the relationship between language and mathematics teaching and learning. Read more
JULIE CLINE has taught middle school mathematics for 22 years and recently earned National Board Certification in Mathematics/Early Adolescence. After being introduced to Michelle Stephan, Cline began exploring lesson imaging in her practice. As the leader of her professional learning community, Cline encouraged other teachers to join her in using lesson imaging. She has provided professional development in her district and at several conferences. Read more
CHRIS CLINE is a National Board–Certified Teacher in Mathematics/Early Adolescence and has taught 7th and 8th grade mathematics for 21 years. Three years ago, he incorporated lesson imaging into his practice and since has provided professional development in his district and has presented at several conferences. Cline has served as math facilitator at his school and has supported and coached colleagues. Read more
designing learning experiences
STEM | curriculum design and lesson planning | whole child: engaged | whole child: supported
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