Classroom Life Math Classroom Design What does the classroom say? Maria Andersen 12 November 2011 1 min read Yesterday I had a short talk in the ITLC Themed Session called “Change the Classroom, Change the Learning” about the necessity of math classroom redesign. Without changing the classrooms, it is unlikely that we will see much change in the instructors or students. Here is the video from the talk, called “What does the Classroom Say?” and the slides from the presentation. About Author Maria Andersen Dr. Maria Andersen has spent most of her career teaching, writing curriculum, and developing digital products for learning. Recently she returned to the classroom, having new teaching adventures in K-12 middle and high school. See author's posts Continue Reading Previous Previous post: Signed Numbers: Colored Counters in a “Sea of Zeros”Next Next post: History of Numeration Systems Related News Organizing Card Sorts Organizing Card Sorts Fixing Remote Work: The Fondue Story and Pair Tasking Fixing Remote Work: The Fondue Story and Pair Tasking Bringing the Real World to Your Math Class Every Day Bringing the Real World to Your Math Class Every Day Group Exploration in Math Group Exploration in Math