Questions that promote thinking by @fractionfanatic
I love how she's taken the 100 questions, whittled them down and kept them so the students are really reflecting on how else they could answer the question, how they know they are right, and really analyzing their process themselves. I think I'm going to tweak the posters I made for my teachers last year with some sentence starters to include more of these types of questions.
You can't pick your pollinators by @mathymeg07
This is perfect and some of what I feel like I need to remember during the school. Yo isn't pick your pollinators and you can't pick all your coworkers. Sometimes people are great in collaborating and some need more help in learning how to collaborate.
Japanese Logic Puzzles for the secondary math classroom by @mathequalslove
I'll be honest, this is one of the posts that made me wish I could run back into the classroom and start trying this with my classroom. I'll also be honest that I haven't really wanted to do any work since I've gone back to work early the last week and I might have found myself doing some of these puzzles on my own when I was searching for something other than work to do. I've found myself trying these puzzles multiple ways and I was wondering all the various ways that students would try some of the problems. I think everyone should try to incorporate this to classrooms if possible.