This Season's Video

Check out a great website for The Video (s) of the Season.

This website features several videos and other helpful information and comes to us from Christy Graybeal. 

Christy Danko Graybeal, Ph.D. is an associate professor of education and mathematics at Hood College.  There, for the past eight years, she has taught courses in both mathematics content and mathematics pedagogy.  She received her undergraduate degree in elementary education and mathematics from Moravian College, her master’s degree in mathematics from American University, and her doctorate in curriculum and instruction with a concentration in mathematics education from the University of Maryland.  She is a former middle school mathematics teacher for Montgomery County Public Schools.  During the 2016-2017 academic year she is on sabbatical leave from Hood College so that she can conduct research on fostering curiosity about mathematics



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Video of the Season

Thank you for taking the time to submit your idea as we help improve our field of study!

We are interested in activities for pre-service and in-service teachers that use publicly available videos. Please consider submitting an idea for the Video of the Season. 


If you have questions or would like further clarification or make suggestions about the submission, please email Rob at


Submissions should include the following:

•A short description of suitable participants for the activity (In-service,    Pre-service, grade level, etc.)

•A description of the learning goals of the activity.

•A short description of the video to be used as well as instructions for    how to access the video.

•A description of the flow of the activity, what will participants do, what  with the facilitator do at key points of the activity

•Possible prompts or discussions questions for before and after the  video, including anticipated participant responses

•Ancillary materials (sheets with tasks, transcripts, assignments, etc.)


Submissions should be sent as a word document attachment by e-mail to