## Video Archive of Elementary Mathematics Laboratories

The video and lesson artifacts from the program are intended to serve as a valuable resource for professional developers and teacher educators to support the learning of preservice and inservice teachers. The following resources are available for each year of the mathematics laboratory:

- Ten mathematics laboratory class sessions of approximately two-hours each
- Twenty additional videos of education professionals discussing the lessons — ten discussions prior to each class session, and ten after each session
- Lesson artifacts including lesson plans, lesson materials, class handouts, seating charts, digital scans of handwritten student notebooks, homework papers, study guides, and test papers.
- Day-by-day overview format summarizing lesson highlights, available videos, and featured lesson artifacts

These materials can be accessed at tle.soe.umich.edu/EML

## Professional Development Resources

Professional development materials from the Organizing to Learn Practice project are available at https://library.teachingworks.org/curriculum-resources/materials/mathematics-leading-a-discussion/downloads/

## Publications

Garcia, N., Shaughnessy, M., Prawat, X. J., Pfaff, E., Mortimer, J., Cirino, N., Blunk, M., & Robinson, D. (2018, November). *Changing Teaching Practice: Examining Professional Development Impact on Mathematics Discussion Leading Practice.* Paper presented at the 40th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Greenville, SC.

## Presentations

Garcia, N., Mortimer, J. P., Robinson, D., & Ball, D. L. (2021, February). *D**esigning observational learning experiences that impact teaching practice.* Presentation at the 25th Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators.

Shaughnessy, M., Garcia, N., Mortimer, J. P., & Ball, D. L. (2020, February). *Practice-based professional development: Dilemmas in balancing pedagogies of enactment and pedagogies of practice.* Presentation at the 24th Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. Phoenix, AZ.

Shaughnessy, M., & Robinson, D. (2019, October). *Supporting students in learning to critique mathematical arguments: Learning from others’ teaching.* Session presented at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference and Exposition. Nashville, TN.

Shaughnessy, M., & Garcia, N. (2019, September). *Public teaching: A set of strategies coaches can use to support the “seeing” of teaching.* Session presented at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference and Exposition. Boston, MA.

Pynes, D., Garcia, N., & Shaughnessy, M. (2019, June). *Discussions: Learning from others’ ideas.* Presentation at the Cognitively Guided Instruction National Biannual Conference. Minneapolis, MN.

Garcia, N., Shaughnessy, M., Prawat, X. J., Pfaff, E., Mortimer, J., Cirino, N., Blunk, M., & Robinson, D. (2018, November). *Changing Teaching Practice: Examining Professional Development Impact on Mathematics Discussion Leading Practice.* Presented at the 40th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Greenville, SC.

Shaughnessy, M., Garcia, N., & Pynes, D. (2018, October). *Learning from others’ teaching: Supporting students in learning to critique mathematical arguments.* Session presented at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference and Exposition. Hartford, CT.