During this edWebinar, trusted mathematics experts Timothy D. Kanold, Ph.D., and Sarah Schuhl will provide research-affirmed protocols to guide your school, district, or department in proactively preparing for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year
Attendees of this edWebinar will gain important insights and tools to future-build math instruction for remote and blended learning environments, helping students to engage and participate in online math and science classes.
This edWebinar will share six research-affirmed lesson-design criteria essential to student perseverance, self-efficacy, and sustained effort in a high school mathematics classroom every day.
Join this edWebinar as Robert Kaplinsky, well-known mathematics educator, author, and speaker, discusses how to teach students to build skills they can use to deal with the complexities ahead.
Join this edWebinar to understand the effectiveness of visual models and visualization to develop conceptual understanding and number sense.
Join this edWebinar to make sense of strategies to facilitate small groups effectively in mathematics to ensure more equitable practices.
Join this edWebinar to see examples of mathematics instructional routines and to learn how to apply them in your own classroom.
Learn about effective strategies for helping students obtain computational and procedural fluency so that they retain more of what they learn and avoid common misconceptions.
Join this edWebinar to learn how we can inspire our students to see mathematicians as role models and as a potential future career option.
Current employment trends and future projections all point towards continued growth in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) jobs, as well as the need for STEM-related skills in other fields. Yet, recent math proficiency levels among American students remain low, at just 44% in fourth grade and 33% at the eighth-grade level, and the math score trend lines are not showing significant improvement.