Teachers learn instructional activities; the use of sentence frames; and how to support students in respectfully speaking, listening, and responding to one another.

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Lisa Nguyen Batista, lnguyen5@bu.edu, teaches fourth grade at the Richard J. Murphy School in Boston, Massachusetts. She is also a doctoral student at Boston University. She is interested in understanding ways to support students' agency and understanding of mathematics. She also enjoys learning from colleagues and students.

Suzanne H. Chapin, schapin@bu.edu, is a professor of mathematics education at Boston University in Massachusetts. She teaches courses to future elementary school teachers and conducts research on the role of discourse in learning mathematics.

(Corresponding author is Batista lnguyen5@bu.edu)
(Corresponding author is Chapin schapin@bu.edu)
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