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How I Humanize the Math Classroom

February 19, 2019 at 09:00:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
By Global Math Department (0.0 stars · 0 reviews )
About This Webinar

The math classroom can easily be turned into a class where students wish they were robots: just memorize formulas, theorems, and definitions, and “plug and chug.” How do we bring back the human aspect of math? How do we show that we value our students’ voices? In this session, I will share many pedagogical strategies that you can start using in your classroom next week that humanize your math classroom, making your students feel that they are more than their ID number.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Webinar ID: e47504904d0c
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Webinar hosting presenter S. Leigh Nataro
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I am a mother, wife and math teacher. I currently teach at Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA and my favorite class to teach is statistics! This is my 27th year of teaching and I am a Desmos fellow and Desmos certified presenter. @mathteacher24 is my twitter handle and I blog at mathteacher24.blogspot.com. I have several tech related videos for stat and TI-NSpire at www.youtube.com/mathteacher24. Feel free to ask me questions about National Board Certification (renewed in 2015). I also enjoy singing, reading and staying fit using workouts from Beachbody (P90X3/TurboFire/21DFX).
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Howie teaches math to future elementary school teachers at Fresno State in California. He is always on the lookout for ways to humanize the math classroom. Howie is also a huge advocate for mental health. In his spare time, he likes to watch Parks and Recreation, play piano, and do gymnastics. If you have any questions for Howie, you can DM him (@howie_hua) on Twitter
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We are math teachers who share what we've learned, because we don't want our classes to drain the energy from students. Professional development among friends, not just colleagues. Fun! Immediately useful! Interesting!