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Math [clear filter]
Wednesday, July 20

9:45am CDT

Fun and Engaging High School Activities
The Flipped Classroom offers many benefits for teachers and students. This session will discuss the methods that I use to flip my high school math classroom and how it makes time for novel, engaging, and fun activities for my students during their class period. Through the use of creativity and technology, students will complete hands-on activities such as pattern block art, NearPod presentations, Google Form or QR code scavenger hunts, and volume investigations using spheres and boxes to name a few. With the freedom now afforded by technology, classrooms can be funner than ever! Not only are students earning the opportunity to make more meaningful connections to mathematics, further enhancing their learning, but teachers also have more time to make content engaging and purposeful for the real world.


Wednesday July 20, 2016 9:45am - 10:30am CDT

2:00pm CDT

Using Assessment to Drive Flipped-Mastery Instruction
The Algebros will talk about how they have incorporated assessment in the Flipped Mastery instructional model in their mathematics classes. Assessments have been used to drive instruction, assess student learning, assess instruction and document school improvement. In what other ways can Assessment data be used? Also, they will address how assessments can be used to align grading with learning and describe their perfect world of student achievement.


Wednesday July 20, 2016 2:00pm - 2:45pm CDT