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Elementary (K-5) [clear filter]
Monday, October 14
 

11:00am

A Three-Step Instructional Approach to Effectively Teach Math Concepts in an Elementary Classroom
Through a hands-on learning opportunity, participants will experience the benefits of teaching through a gradual, systematic approach known as Concrete - Representational - Abstract. Aligned with the NCTM Standards, this approach makes learning accessible to all learners, helps students make connections when moving through levels of understanding, and helps students learn concepts before they learn rules. Not only does this approach enhance the academic understanding of your students, but you will see students exhibit more motivation and on-task behavior. Who doesn’t want that?!? Come join me as I help you experience how to bring this instructional approach to your own classroom! 


Speakers
MJ

Michelle Jacobsen

Mississippi Bend AEA


Monday October 14, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am
1343

11:00am

A Map for Math Talk (V)
Join us in a demonstration of an instructional routine that will elevate the math discourse in your classroom. Participants will experience a math lesson and learn strategies for discourse facilitation from Dr. Gladis Kersaint’s white paper.

Speakers
EP

Elizabeth Peyser, National Director of Content and Implementation

National Director, Content and Implementation, Curriculum Associates


Monday October 14, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am
1311

12:30pm

Restructuring your Math Block
Our team has teachers from multiple elementary schools in Bettendorf from multiple grades (K-5) and each will be sharing the ways in which they structure their math block. Our focus will be on differentiating math centers, number talks, 3 act tasks, hands on activities/games, and the inclusion of technology.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Berg

Scott Berg

Instructional Technology Coach, BCSD
This is my 3rd year as a coach after teaching 5th grade for 8 years and Title One reading for 3 years. I am very excited about the path our teachers are on wherein they are transforming traditional teaching methods to more progressive. Can't wait to share all our ideas with you.Here... Read More →
avatar for Leigh Cliburn

Leigh Cliburn

Teacher, Mark Twain Elementary
I am a 5th grade teacher at Mark Twain Elementary. I spent 15 years teaching in Mississippi before moving to the Quad Cities. I am an avid reader and hoarder of books.
avatar for Hannah Dillon

Hannah Dillon

K- 5 Curriculum & Professional Development Leader
This is my first year as a district leader, serving in the Bettendorf Community School District as a K- 5 Curriculum and Professional Development Leader. Previously, I've taught in 3rd and 5th grade in the Bettendorf CSD. I love working with teachers and students! Outside of my... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2019 12:30pm - 2:00pm
1314

12:30pm

The Arc of Arithmetic to Algebra (V)
How is “subitizing” connected to algebra? Join us to investigate the coherence in the K-HS progression that links decomposition of number with area models and algebraic expressions. Participants will use a variety of manipulatives and tools (including algebra tiles), and receive math lessons showcasing the connections.

Speakers
EP

Elizabeth Peyser, National Director of Content and Implementation

National Director, Content and Implementation, Curriculum Associates


Monday October 14, 2019 12:30pm - 2:00pm
2313

1:30pm

The Stories Behind the Outputs: Building Student Agency and Identity in the Mathematics Classroom
Description: Students should feel safe to take risks in participating or engaging in mathematics in classroom environments where it is socially acceptable for all students to do so. Students need access to a variety of tools, strategies, equity minded classroom norms, routines, and a mathematical growth mindset learning culture, so students see themselves as doers of mathematics.
In this session, participants will have an opportunity to discuss students’ interview responses to the same questions asked in 2016 and 2019. Additional discussions will center on noticing responses about agency, identity and mathematical thinking. Participants will identify ways to leverage their own strengths/resources as student identity builders to improve classroom, school/building, and district culture to support sustainable high impact engagement, increase student agency and identity, and to frame equitable mathematics teaching. Take away after watching student videos: Think about the students in your school, will they say these things or will they say something different?

Speakers
DC

Dr. Comfort Akwaji-Anderson

Waterloo Community Schools District


Monday October 14, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
1313