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Saturday, March 3 • 9:50am - 11:05am
Using Math Story Projects in your Classroom

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Limited Capacity seats available

Love the idea of implementing Three Act Math Story Problems in your classroom . . . . but aren't sure where to start or how to ensure you stay on track with all the material you have to cover?

Teachers from Carlsbad Sixth Grade Academy will take you through their process of designing and implementing Three-Act Math Story problems. Over the last two years they have created numerous three-act math story problem lessons that have shown to be both engaging and rigorous for their students. You'll leave confident in your understanding of the successes to be had - and prepared to overcome the obstacles that might stand in your way - when you implement these strategies in your own classroom.

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Paula Bryson

Math Teacher, Carlsbad Sixth Grade Academy 
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Steve Morgan

Teacher, Carlsbad Sixth Grade Academy 

Saturday March 3, 2018 9:50am - 11:05am
Coronado Santa Fe Community Convention Center
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