It's that time of year again when teachers and principals are meeting to have conversations about their

**evaluations**. Most teachers I talk with would rather have their supervisors watch them teach reading or writing because they live and breathe reading. They are comfortable with the pedagogy, the developmental stages of reading and writing as well as having an impressive collection of engaging materials and projects.
When it comes to math, however, although teachers feel they can teach math, they're

I thought about some of the "big" questions you might hear from your principal around math, including goals, instructional strategies, how you keep students engaged and how you assess students for math understanding. **unsure of what to talk about**when discussing math learning in the classroom.I created a short

**cheat sheet**with 40 talking points to help teachers and principals have

**meaningful conversations**around the math their students are learning.