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Save the Date: Join us in Santa Fe on March 1-2, 2019!
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Friday, March 2 • 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Creating Math Story Projects - Part II: Your Story Project

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Ready to introduce Math Story Projects into your classroom? You can use this session to sit down and start planning it out!  




Heather and Sharyn will share their framework for turning lessons you already do into story projects, then you'll have plenty of time to work - individually or in small groups and with the support of the facilitators - to start outlining a story project you can introduce in your classroom! 




Note: This session is designed for teachers who plan to attend Creating Math Story Projects: Part I or A Beginner's Guide to Math Story Projets earlier in the day, or are already familiar with the three-act math story project concept. 

Speakers
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Sharyn Gray

6th Grade Math Teacher, Turquoise Trail Charter School
I was never a "math person" as a kid - I did math, and I did it just fine, but I don't recall being particularly interested in anything I learned, and was definitely uninterested in calculus. I first attended the MidSchoolMath conference in 2014, and was so inspired I was willing... Read More →
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Heather Herd

5th Grade Teacher, Turquoise Trail Charter School
What I love most about teaching is making learning happen everyday! It is a beautiful thing, and yet it is not as easy as opening a textbook and assigning a set of problems every day. We need to look beyond the old " sage on the stage" methodologies. For me, the innovation in my... Read More →


Friday March 2, 2018 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Sweeney C Santa Fe Community Convention Center

Attendees (16)