John Stevens talks about a method of lesson planning to help teachers “serve up” more exciting lessons to students.
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John is an instructional math and technology coach in Southern California, supporting teachers who want to take more risks and promote curiosity. Whether it is a conversation around his books (The Classroom Chef, Table Talk Math), his discussion-provoking website (http://wouldyourathermath.com), or a number of other interests, John is always up to learn new ways we can support and encourage kids.
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