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Recalculating Secondary-Level Math in Hybrid, Remote and On-Premise Classrooms

Monday, December 7, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EST

Recalculating Secondary-Level Math in Hybrid, Remote and On-Premise Classrooms

Presented by Kim Gardner, Mathematics Teacher, Dixon Middle School (UT); and Justin Backeberg, Mathematics Teacher, Reedsburg Area High School (WI)

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Math instruction is evolving…and tapping the power of technology and visualization tools can support middle and high school students’ grasp of math operations, practices and increasingly complex concepts. In this edWebinar, Kim Gardner, a middle-grade math educator and technology champion, and Justin Backeberg, a high school math educator, both share their approaches to rapidly changing instructional models and share some of the new technology tools and resources they’re adopting.

From using digital whiteboards for blended and remote learning to creating video-based learning resources to help students master efficient ways to solve problems, Kim and Justin introduce you to the practical, creative techniques they’re using to keep students on track with curriculum scope and sequence in a variety of learning environments. Many of the approaches these tech-savvy educators present can be readily adapted by teachers in all STEM content areas to keep students engaged. edWebinar viewers will have the opportunity to see working lesson examples along with samples of the multimedia resources these educators have created for their own students.

This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to teachers and school and district leaders at the middle school through higher education levels. 


Kim GardnerAbout the Presenters

Kim Gardner began her teaching career as an elementary educator, teaching grades 3-6 and teaching in her school’s computer lab. After 24 years in the elementary classroom, Kim moved to middle-grade math. She’s taught in middle school for 5+ years. Kim received her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. She earned her master’s degree in elementary education, and her Level II Math Endorsement from southern Utah University. She’s one of the “go-to” people in her school when colleagues want to learn how to use technology even more successfully. As Kim will tell you, her experiences with digital pen and tablet and other multimedia technologies have been “life savers” in the transition to remote and hybrid learning!


Justin BackebergJustin Backeberg teaches at Reedsburg Area High School in Reedsburg, Wisconsin. He’s been teaching for eight years and has taught geometry, pre-calculus, and both algebra I and II. He’ll walk edWebinar attendees through his digital transformation, several years prior to the pandemic and answer attendee questions. Justin’s advice and experience will inspire and energize you and your students!


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Wacom delivers innovative digital technologies to support all aspects of human creativity. For educators and students, Wacom provides remote-ready tools, including digital pen and tablet technology for eLearning in traditional classroom and lab settings and for remote teaching and learning.


Monday, December 7, 2020
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EST
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