National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Webinars for APRIL

April Webinar Schedule

Engaging Families in Math Fact Fluency (General Interest)

April 27, 2020 7:00 p.m. EDT |  Speaker: Jennifer Bay-Williams

Webinar description: Are you creating positive change by teaching basic facts with strategies and games, while eliminating timed tests? Then parent outreach is essential! Parents need to know why traditional fact activities are changing. Come explore a collection ways to help parents see the value of a strategy-based approach and better support their child’s fluency.

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The Future of Mathematics Education: Using Artificial Intelligence to Provide Efficient Feedback (Grades 6-8)

April 28, 2020 7:00 p.m. EDT |  Speaker: Hilary Kreisberg & Cristina Heffernan

Webinar description: Daily communication has become easier and quicker with the help of smart technology. Suggested replies and text messages allow us to easily click and send rather than spending time writing. In this workshop, you will learn about how artificial intelligence is advancing the mathematics education field and how you can play a role.

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Problems to Ponder: You Know You Have a Really Good Problem for You and Your Students When . . .(Grades 8-10)

April 29, 2020 7:00 p.m. EDT |  Speaker: J. Michael Shaughnessy

Webinar description: In this session I propose to share with the participants some of the best ‘Problems to Ponder’ that I have encountered and used with many different groups of students and teachers for more than 40 years–with elementary, middle, and secondary math teachers, perspective teachers and their students! Participants will engage in collaborative pondering.

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Challenging Dis/Abilities: Leveraging the Potential of All Students as Math Problem Solvers (General Interest)

April 30, 2020 7:00 p.m. EDT |  Speaker: Cathery Yeh, Emilia Frias, and Melissa Brennan

Webinar description: How can I leverage the potential of ALL students, including students with dis/abilities, as problem solvers and risk takers? Come engage in math play and learn how to adapt current math curriculum to promote deeper engagement in math concepts and account for and leverage student differences. This session is for general and special educators.

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