“Low floor high ceiling”: Improving classroom practices through creative math, inspiring tasks and i
Low Floor High Ceiling Tasks are those that all students can access but that can be extended to high levels. The low floor high ceiling tasks preferred are those that are also visual and lead to rich mathematical discussion. (Youcubed)
I enjoy conducting workshops where teachers learn more about creating challenging tasks that allow all students to explore the task according to their own mathematical ability. Suitable classroom environment, and teacher practice allow all students to achieve at a higher level and learn from each other.
one such task is this Coater and dots problem:
If you are keen to learn more of these kinds of open ended tasks, please get in touch with me.
Bina Kachwalla Consultant, Inquiry Learning
021343916 | firstname.lastname@example.org