Fostering meaningful mathematics: Learning through a virtual experience!

Student engagement is essential for building deep math conceptual understanding and fluency. Opportunities to explore, practice, and apply concepts help guide students from surface-to deep-level learning. How can educators achieve this effectively through a virtual classroom model? Facilitators should strive to mitigate logistical challenges while maximizing collaboration and interaction from teacher to student, as well as student to student. Hear from a panel of educators about how this balance will make math content come alive for today’s learners.

Laurie Boswell, Ed.D

Award-winning math teacher, trainer, and Big Ideas Math® author

Bill Barnes

Chief Academic Officer, Howard County Schools, Maryland

AnnMarie Varlotta

Math Instructional Support Teacher, Howard County Schools, Maryland

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Student engagement is essential for building deep math conceptual understanding and fluency. Opportunities to explore, practice, and apply concepts help guide students from surface-to deep-level learning. How can educators achieve this effectively through a virtual classroom model? Facilitators should strive to mitigate logistical challenges while maximizing collaboration and interaction from teacher to student, as well as student to student. Hear from a panel of educators about how this balance will make math content come alive for today’s learners.

In this webinar replay, you will learn:

  • Ideas for facilitating a positive digital classroom
  • Strategies for organizing and presenting math content in a virtual environment
  • Tips on using interactive tools to meet the needs of all learners
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