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Lifted from Alan Schoenfeld's Learning To Think Mathematically: As teachers, we want to value every question that comes out of a kid's mouth. But not all questions are equally valued in math -- asking mathematically productive questions is a skill that successful math students learn. Take this enormous badminton puck or whatever you call it: You ask most students: "What do you wonder when looking at this picture?" Tell me if I'm wrong here, but I think that they'd respond like this: What is…

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