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Open Middle Math gives teachers valuable guidance on creating safe and discovery-rich

conversational spaces where students find learning math can be fun. -- Carole SeubertRobert

Kaplinsky's Open Middle Math provides teachers with ready-made resources and practical

strategies so their students can enjoy learning math through challenging problems theyâ€ll look

forward to solving. -- Andrew StadelThis book is an amazing resource for teachers who are striving

to help students develop both procedural fluency and conceptual understanding. Open Middle

problems provide students with the opportunity to move beyond traditional procedural practice

problems to explore mathematical relationships more deeply. In addition, Open Middle problems

provide teachers with insights into what students really understand about the procedures they

learned and important formative assessment data they can use to modify instruction. This book is

a very practical guide to implementing a new class of tasks that have the potential to improve

student learning! -- Dr. Margaret SmithDo you ever wish you could get a glimpse into a

designerâ€s mind for how they implement their innovation? Robert Kaplinskyâ€s Open Middle

Math gives educators an inside look into how Open Middle problems are designed to assist

students to engage in, learn from, and persevere in productive struggle. Robert has always been

willing to share his learning progress, struggles, and mistakes openly. Through his humility, he

encourages readers to remember the joy that comes with productively struggling with a

mathematics problem, and that we often learn more from the journey of solving than arriving at a

solution. The mathematics education community will simply devour this delicious book. -- Lauren

BaucomRobert offers teachers strategies for adding openness and richness to problems that are

at first closed and meager. So take heart, teachers! The interest and learning of your students

arenâ€t dictated by the problems in your textbook as you first find them, only by your

imagination and design. -- Dan MeyerWARNING: Your students may not leave your mathematics

classroom when the bell rings if you start using Open Middle tasks. In his book, Robert Kaplinsky

gives math educators a roadmap to effectively implement Open Middle Math with tips, multiple

examples at each secondary level, answers to the ‘what ifs,†resources, and structures for

creating your own tasks. . . . Open Middle Math is a quick read. A must-read. A read with the

potential for immediate transformation of the quality of discourse in your classroom.― -- Sara

Vanderwerf Read more Robert Kaplinsky has worked in education since 2003 as a classroom

teacher, teacher specialist for Downey Unified School District, instructor for the University of

California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and presenter at conferences around the world. Heâ€s also


the co-founder of the website OpenMiddle.com. Read more

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