Keep it Real, Keep it Relevant — Exciting opportunities to keep students engaged in mathematics

Opportunities to enrich student learning are everywhere! Teachers should feel empowered to use real-life, relevant materials and experiences to show students in grades 6-12 where mathematics exists daily.

Paul shares some of his favorite examples, shows how to find innovative resources that go beyond the four walls of a classroom, and demonstrates how to apply them on a daily basis.

Paul Battaglia

Math Teacher, consultant, and author of
AP® Calculus, Calculus, Precalculus, Algebra 2, Statistics

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Opportunities to enrich student learning are everywhere! Teachers should feel empowered to use real-life, relevant materials and experiences to show students in grades 6-12 where mathematics exists daily.

Paul shares some of his favorite examples, shows how to find innovative resources that go beyond the four walls of a classroom, and demonstrates how to apply them on a daily basis. This will result in students who look forward to learning mathematics concepts and teachers who will feel invigorated during the instructional process.

In this webinar replay, you will learn:

  • How to increase student engagement and participation
  • Strategies that naturally incorporate productive struggle
  • How students can take critical thinking skills from the math classroom to the real world
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