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Saturday, March 3 • 11:30am - 12:45pm
Math Snacks: Prototypes for NEW Early Algebra Games

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Math Snacks provides a free online resource library of high-quality games, videos and animations that teach middle school math concepts like ratio, proportion, scale factor, coordinate plane and number line using a constructivist approach of teaching and learning. Each lesson is available in English and Spanish and provides numerous support materials for teachers.

During this session, the Math Snacks team will showcase the new games currently under development, including supplemental materials. Bring your laptop computers explore existing games, and new games in various stages of development, share what you think and discuss how you can use these resources in your classroom. 
Math Snacks Early Algebra is a project of New Mexico State University, supported by the National Science Foundation. 


Valeria Aguirre Holguin

Postdoctoral Researcher - Math Snacks, New Mexico State University
Valeria served as a graduate student in the first NSF Math Snacks grant. She received her Ph.D. in mathematics in 2015 and has taught mathematics in both El Paso, Tx. and Juarez, Mx. She has returned to the Math Snacks team as a post-doctoral student and is serving as the project... Read More →
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Karen Trujillo

Research Faculty, New Mexico State University - Math Snacks Team
Karen Trujillo was a math teacher for 9 years, an administrator for 4 years, a professional development specialist for 12 years and a research faculty member at NMSU for 6 years. She is the director of the Alliance for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning and a Co-PI on the N... Read More →

Saturday March 3, 2018 11:30am - 12:45pm
Kearny Santa Fe Community Convention Center
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