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Thursday, June 7 • 3:05pm - 4:00pm
Teaching Math in Today’s World FULL

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Project Based Learning, Flipping the Classroom or Blended Learning, Stations, Differentiated Instruction, Research-Based Lessons that are Rigorous and Engage students, STEM or STEAM, Interactive Notebooks with Foldables or Cornell Notes, Collaborating, Spiraling, and so much more. So many choices… so, which combination do you choose? All the data and strategies become overwhelming, whether you are a first year teacher or a veteran teacher looking at today’s challenges. Traditional-style classrooms are a thing of the past! This session will help you find which strategies you could use to create a fun, productive classroom – no matter the income levels of the school – even teachers in Title I schools can create lessons that develop higher level thinking in a fun environment.

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Maria Ellis

Instructional Coach/Teacher Leader, Eureka Springs Middle School
Maria Ellis has a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction with two specializations: Math and eLearning/Technology. She is currently working on Doctorate in Higher Learning with thesis focus in STEAM Education. Maria is currently employed as a Math Coach/Interventionist and Robotics Coach... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 3:05pm - 4:00pm
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