The Common Core Standards of Mathematical Practice document lists 8 math practices for teaching math. This requires understanding what each of these practices means and also figuring out ways to implement all these standards as a process. This requires thinking about what you do to plan lessons, set up your classroom environment, develop classroom routines and facilitating the discussions through problem posing and questioning. I am interested in knowing what challenges have you faced and what questions you may have?

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