Date(s) - 09/18/2020 - 10/16/2020
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mathematics in a Virtual Setting
Create a powerful mathematics classroom — online or in person — in which students view math as a tool to solve problems. Gain strategies for delivering meaningful, robust instruction using apps and tools that scaffold and accelerate unfinished learning.
- Session 1: (September 18) Planning Assignments. Gain confidence choosing the right assignments in the math classroom. Learn how standards-aligned assignments that work in online, blended or hybrid settings encourage students to think like mathematicians, make their thinking visible and connect new learning to previous learning.
- Session 2 (October 2): Enacting Assignments. Harness digital tools that engage and encourage students to collaborate with you and their peers. We’ll share strategies that motivate students to share their thinking and reasoning and can be tailored to work in any setting — online, blended or hybrid.
- Session 3 (October 16): Assessing Student Work. Help your students become self-regulated online learners. Learn how to examine student work against established learning goals. Explore virtual tools that help you deliver effective feedback to individuals or groups. We’ll discuss how to analyze and use data to design your next steps.
Dates and Times: Each workshop meets three times – see the table above. Each workshop session is 2.5 hours plus an additional 30 minutes for peer collaboration or one-on-one support from SREB staff.
Location: All sessions meet on a secure Zoom platform. Participants will receive a login and password prior to the event from workshop organizers.