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Wednesday, June 15 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
How can teachers get students talking about math? TRENDING POPULAR

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See why the days of silent math classrooms are a thing of the past! More than ever before, students need to talk to each other about math and explain their reasoning. Explore the Math Design Collaborative’s suite of resources that are helping teachers across Colorado develop students’ mathematical reasoning and ability to engage in discourse about math. Implement on Day 1 of the next school year — your math classroom will never look or sound the same!

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Matt Keefauver

Math Teacher, Cortez Middle School
I have been a teacher for 21 years at a variety of grade levels and content areas. I prefer to teaching middle school mathematics. I started my career in Buena Vista, Colorado and then moved to Cortez, Colorado in 2006.
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Jaren Smith

Math Content Specialist - Colorado Legacy Schools, The Colorado Education Initiative
I work with the Colorado Legacy Schools Initiative where I support 45 schools across the state to increase the number and diversity of students taking and succeeding in AP Calculus, AP Statistics and AP Computer Science courses. I've taught math at both the secondary and post-secondary level and love getting my hands dirty thinking about and solving interesting math puzzles.


Wednesday June 15, 2016 10:30am - 12:00pm
Salon C

Attendees (35)