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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
The Parking Lot Coordinate Plane FULL

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Note: This session is FULL. No additional seats can be added but AMPLE Space is available in this session at 1:30 pm!  

Learn how one teaching team uses a 25' x 25' coordinate plane, painted in the parking lot, and student teamwork to open a world of possibility for their students! By scaling everything up to an exaggerated size, they find the lesson has a profound and lasting impact on the students.
You'll experience an abbreviated version of this lesson for yourself, exploring how using a live-sized coordinate plane can gets your students outside and engaged in exploring concepts from coordinate points to graphing linear equations, as teams rotate, and reflect a large scalene triangle about a giant coordinate plane. Then, explore student artifacts from 8th graders who have completed these lessons, and discuss other lessons you could develop or teach on a life-sized coordinate plane.

Note: This is session has limited capacity, so attendees can experience this as a typical student classroom. 

Speakers
avatar for Richard Armentrout

Richard Armentrout

8th Grade Pre-algebra and Algebra Teacher, Cuba Middle School
I became a mathematics teacher later in life. I received my master's degree from the University of Arizona's "Teach Arizona" program. I've taught 7th and 8th grade mathematics in both Arizona and New Mexico. I teach 8th grade mathematics and Algebra 1 at Cuba Middle School in New... Read More →



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

Attendees (30)