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Friday, March 2 • 10:40am - 11:55am
Shifting the Locus of Control for Deeper Learning

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Truly understanding mathematics requires students to think critically, develop their own understandings and solve problems worth solving. While direct instruction has its place, deeper learning requires a shift of the locus of mathematical control from the teacher, as the expert, to the students as partners in the learning process. 

Using research from John Hattie's "Visible Learning in Mathematics" and NCTM's "Principles to Actions," you'll explore multiple strategies to increase student communication and collaboration; create meaningful math experiences that encourage deep thinking; and give students the fortitude to persevere. Through review of various learning tasks, we will consider ways to develop Surface, Deep or Transfer learning. These will be connected to the Math Practice Standards and reflect the critical areas for middle school math including ratios and proportional reasoning, expressions and equations and functions and geometry. Come join in and engage in sample activities, problem solving and sharing your own experiences; you'll leave with a digital toolkit with specific strategies and problems to use with your students. 

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Cristina Frenkel

Elementary Math Curriculum Specialist, Capitol Region Education Council
I am the Elementary Math Curriculum Specialist and Teacher Coach for the Capital Region Education Council Magnet Schools in Hartford, CT. CREC has nine public elementary schools servicing students from the Hartford area. I work with teachers and students from pk - 6th grade.

Scott Kapralos

Secondary Math Curriculum Specialist, Capitol Region Education Council
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Marlene Lovanio

Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning, Capitol Region Education Council
Marlene Lovanio has a BS-ED in Mathematics from Central Connecticut State University and a Masters of Liberal Studies in Mathematics from Wesleyan University. She went on to earn her 6th Year in Leadership and Administration from Sacred Heart University. She has served as a high... Read More →

Friday March 2, 2018 10:40am - 11:55am
Nambe Santa Fe Community Convention Center
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