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6 Hand Signals That Bring Learning to Life

Tue, Oct 18, 2016 · 9:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada) 693 views
About This Webinar

The research-based practice of making thinking visible with non-verbal signals elevates the level of student participation in elementary classrooms. How can signals be used to even greater purpose in the math classroom to build problem-solving stamina, develop students’ ability to describe patterns and make conjectures, and aid teachers in assessing student learning? We will consider the impact of several powerful signals in the present-day elementary math classroom.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Webinar ID: 03502dc35f04
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Ellie Cowen
After nearly ten years as a classroom teacher, a tutor, and a mathematics coach in the Boston area, my work now centers around intervention and teacher support and development.

I have a soft spot for math!
Webinar hosting presenter Megan Nee
Megan Nee is a 2nd Grade Teacher in Framingham, MA. She has a degree in Psychology and a Master's Degree in Elementary Education. She began her career as an Elementary Teacher in the fall of 2011. In addition to her role as a teacher, Megan is also a lifelong learner. She is always excited to develop and reflect on her practice. Megan recently began presenting on her teaching practices in the fall of 2015. She enjoys sharing her ideas, strategies, and enthusiasm for education with other educators.
Webinar hosting presenter Jessica (@algebrainiac1)
I am an 8th Grade Algebra 1, Pre-Algebra and US History Public School Teacher (& tech geek) with two dogs. In my free time I coach, scrapbook and I am always looking for ways to improve my teaching & classroom environment.
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Global Math Department webinar platform hosts 6 Hand Signals That Bring Learning to Life
The Global Math Department began as a group of teachers who knew each other through Twitter, math education blogs and Twitter Math Camp. Since 2012 The Global Math Department community has grown into a multi-faceted group of math educators who love to share their ideas related to teaching and learning mathematics. We recognize that as educators we are charged with promoting equity and access within mathematics instruction. In addition, we believe it is crucial that teachers be provided with quality resources and ideas that they can use immediately with their students. Lively and friendly conversations in our weekly webinars encourage all participants to share and continue to grow as educators.
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