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Children Living in Poverty Can Solve CCSS OA Word Problems

About This Webinar

K, G1, and G2 children from backgrounds of poverty and non-native speakers of English can solve the ambitious types of addition and subtraction word problems in the OA CCSS-M. How children represent and solve with math drawings will be discussed and examples will be shown. The learning path teaching and helpful relationships among the OA CCSS will be described. Presented by Karen Fuson of Northwestern University.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Webinar ID: 0d6914277793
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Debbie Boden
Debbie has been teaching math for 17 years in Thousand Oaks. She is the Department Chair at her school, is a member of the Ventura County Math Leadership Network, UCSB Math Leadership Cadre, and leads math professional development sessions in her district and has presented at CSUN's Math Morsels conferences, VCMC Math Conferences and Twitter Math Camp. Debbie blogs at debboden.wordpress.com.
Webinar hosting presenter Karen Fuson
Dr. Karen Fuson was a member of the National Research Council’s Committees that wrote Adding It Up, Mathematics Learning in Early Childhood: Paths Toward Excellence and Equity, and How Students Learn: Mathematics in the Classroom. Professor Fuson worked on the Common Core State Standards-Math and on the learning progressions for these standards and has advised PARCC and Smarter Balance on their math test design and items. She has published over eighty research articles on mathematics teaching and learning. Dr. Steven T. Smith was a post-doctoral researcher on the Children's Math Worlds Research Project. He has worked with many teachers and hundreds of students supporting learning in the early grades.
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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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