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Friday, March 2 • 10:40am - 11:55am
A Beginner's Guide to Math Story Projects

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According to Mark Turner in his book The Literary Mind, "Narrative imagining — story — is the fundamental instrument of thought... Rational capacities depend on it. It is our chief means of looking in to the future, of predicting, of planning, and of explaining...Most of our experiences, our knowledge and our thinking is organized as stories.”




Imagine the power of using story in your math class! Join Scott & Megan as they present this introduction to the 3-Act Story Math Problem concept. Megan and Scott will guide you through the essential components of 3-Act Story Math, and then will task you with beginning to build an adventure for YOUR students!


Note: this session is recommended for attendees who are NEW to the three-act math story problem concept and have NOT taken part in MidSchoolMath Story Project Workshops, retreats or sessions in the past.

Speakers
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Scott Laidlaw

Co-Founder and CEO, MidSchoolMath
With 15 years of teaching experience at the elementary, secondary and university levels, since earning his doctoral degree from the University of Northern Colorado, Scott has focused his research and on how students learn mathematics through the imagination. Encouraged by his stu... Read More →
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Megan LeBleu

Director of Curriculum, MidSchoolMath
Megan LeBleu is a National Board Certified teacher who taught math at a high-poverty middle school in Albuquerque, New Mexico for 14 years. During those years she became a master at collaborating with fellow teachers, making math curriculum engaging and accessible to students. S... Read More →


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