**Awareness Questions:**

1. From the background information, what new awareness do you have about the practice of mathematics and computational thinking?

2. In a 3-Dimensional classroom, to whom do you think mathematics and computational thinking applies?

3. What questions did the background raise for you?

**Expose Belief Questions:**

1. What are your current beliefs about this practice?

2. In what ways do you think you are using this practice?

3. What challenges do you see to using this practice?

**Resolve Belief Questions:**

1. In what ways did this activity change your beliefs about using mathematics and computational thinking?

2. How difficult was it to use mathematics and computational thinking?

3. What clarity was brought to the use of mathematics and computational thinking through these activities?

**Extend the Concept Questions:**

1. How do you currently help students to use mathematics and computational thinking in your classroom?

2. Review and evaluate a recent lesson you taught. How effectively does it engage students in using mathematics and computational thinking?

**Go Beyond Questions:**

1. Share lessons in which you could implement the practice of using mathematics and computational thinking.

2. Ask a colleague to observe one of your lessons OR video yourself teaching and reflect on using mathematics and computational thinking.

2. Use the EQuiP Rubric for Lessons & Units: Science (PDF format) to evaluate a recent science lesson you taught.