Classroom Chef: Make Math Meaningful ~ February 20, 2017

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DepartmentESU 10 - T&L
Primary ContactDianah Steinbrink
DescriptionIf you’re a teacher, you probably can’t count the number of times you’ve heard students, parents, and even fellow teachers make a disparaging statement about your subject.  As math teachers and instructional coaches, John Stevens and Matt Vaudrey know how discouraging it feels to look out into a classroom full of disinterested and confused students.  But they also know how amazing it feels to see comprehension dawn in their students’ eyes - when a concept suddenly makes sense and math becomes meaningful.

Every student can learn math, and there is a five-course mathematical meal that is ready for you and your students. Join us as we analyze the difference between “lesson planning” and “preparing the kitchen” while we take some risks, engage in quality conversation, and leave you with loads of free resources to make math meaningful for your students.
LocationConference Room B - North Wing
Section Date(s)
February 20, 2017      9:00 AM       3:00 PM  
AudienceK-12 Teachers
Distance LearningNo, this section can NOT be taken via distance learning.
LunchYes, lunch is provided.
StudentsNo, student support is NOT enabled for this section.
Extra CreditNo, this section can NOT be taken for college credit.
CommentsRegistration deadline is two weeks prior to workshop.  Cancellations not received 2 business days in advance will be billed the workshop fee.

ESU 10 Title IIA Schools will receive $100 substitute reimbursement per day for core content area teachers as listed in NCLB Title IIA guidance.