This webinar will use Zoom.
This webinar will run from 12:00 pm - 3:15 pm ET / 9:00 am - 12:15 pm PT on Saturday, October 23, 2021 for a total of 3 credit hours.
For those who cannot attend the live webinar on October 23, a recording will be available to stream for one week following the live webinar.
Our schools and classrooms always face the challenge of fostering, nurturing, and sustaining student engagement and learning in the mathematics classroom. While challenging for many different variables, one constant is the science behind how our students learn mathematics. Whether ratios or rational expression, triangles or trigonometric identities, the principles of how our students learn remain consistent AND constant. But, how do we translate them into classroom practices that increase student learning in procedural knowledge, conceptual understanding, and the application of concepts and thinking. This highly engaging webinar looks the fundamental principles of how our students learn mathematics and offers key insights into how these principles translate into highly practical strategies for learning mathematics.
We are learning about principles behind mathematics learning and how to translate these principles into potential strategies for teaching and learning in the mathematics classroom
We will know it has been a successful learning experience when:
1. We can describe the key principles behind how our students learn mathematics.
2. We can compare and contrast the contextual variables in mathematics teaching and learning.
3. We can integrate the principles behind how we learn into specific strategies that support mathematics learning in any context.
4. We can develop ways to assess students mathematics learning to determine our impact on learning.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Educators of all grade levels.
John T. Almarode, PhD, Co-Director, Center for STEM Education and Outreach; Associate Professor in the Department of Early, Elementary, and Reading Education, James Madison University; Co-Editor, Teacher Educator’s Journal; Co-Author, How Tutoring Works: Six Steps to Grow Motivation and Accelerate Student Learning (2021), Clarity for Learning (2018), From Snorkelers to Scuba Divers: Making the Elementary Science Classroom a Place of Engagement and Deep Learning (2017), Visible Learning for Science (2017), and Captivate, Activate, and Invigorate the Student Brain in Science and Math, Grades 6–12 (2013)