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Teaching Math Remotely at Any Grade Level
Tuesday, May 26, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Presented by Louis Shanafelt, EquatIO Product Manager, Texthelp; and Megan Mongelli, Technology Integration Specialist, Fort Mill School District, SC
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Watch Louis Shanafelt, EquatIO Product Manager at Texthelp and former math teacher, and Megan Mongelli, Technology Integration Specialist at Fort Mill School District, SC, as they present strategies to help move math instruction to the digital learning environment. The presenters uncover best practices for engaging with math students remotely, as well as how they are facilitating and assessing math outside of the classroom environment. Louis and Megan share their personal experiences and expertise as well as explore technologies that have been helpful at all grade levels.
In addition, Louis and Megan introduce EquatIO, a smart, user-friendly, STEM tool that enables teachers and students to easily create digital equations, formulas, graphs, and more directly on their computer or Chromebook. Much more than a replacement for pen and paper, EquatIO makes math subjects accessible and encourages a more interactive, collaborative approach to STEM education. And it’s free for teachers!
Viewers of this recorded 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 recorded edWebinar will be of benefit to kindergarten through higher education teachers and school and district leaders.
About the Presenters
Louis Shanafelt is currently the EquatIO product manager at Texthelp. Prior to joining Texthelp, Louis worked for 20 years for the 8th largest district in the nation in Central Florida. Louis taught elementary school, middle school mathematics, and secondary math. In addition, Louis spent time at the district office as an instructional designer and professional development facilitator. For the last five years, Louis trained other instructional employees on how to use technology effectively in the classroom and how instruction can be differentiated to meet the needs of all learners using technology. Louis is excited to showcase the many ways in which EquatIO can be used by teachers.
Megan Mongelli is a technology integration specialist in Fort Mill, South Carolina, supporting teachers and students in grades K-12. Prior to her current role, she taught technology for students in grades K-5 and both first and second grades for a total of 12 years in education.
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