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AMTNJ Virtual Offerings

I didn’t know Desmos did that!: Nickolas Corley

Zoom Virtual Event

Description: Everybody knows that Desmos is an amazing tool for graphing! In this session we will explore some of the amazing things the graphing calculator can also do besides graph. We will explore: coordinate geometry, distributions, probability, student feedback, and some other new tools. Twitter: @mrcorleymath @algebradesmos

Open Up Resources 6-8 Math: Natalie Perez & Michael Smulewicz

Zoom Virtual Event

Description: Learn more about this excellent, top-rated, free curriculum with a 7th and 8th grade math teacher in their second year of full middle school implementation. How is it different from what students and teachers have been doing before? Explore the "growing pains" of leading students through rich, valuable tasks that improve their ability to […]

How to Create Formative Assessments that Enhance a Math Growth Mindset: Maria Surace

Zoom Virtual Event

Description:  The more we do, the less students do themselves. Empower students with embedded formative assessments to promote self-directed learning and growth mindset through social constructivism. NJCTL seamlessly integrates these questions into free teaching materials to regularly measure student success and encourage them to learn through mistakes.

Using Screen Recording to Show AND Tell: Kim Lowden & Samantha Silva

Zoom Virtual Event

Get every student talking and showing their work by empowering your students through screen recording. Walk away ready to engage students in screencasting as you explore, record and create a student-centered activity! Please come prepared with one of these screencasting options: http://bit.ly/amtnjscreen

Using Geogebra to Teach Math Remotely: Tim Brzezinski, Professional Development Director, Geogebra

Zoom Virtual Event

Come explore how GeoGebra Classroom and other GeoGebra resources can empower teachers to actively engage students in remote learning settings! Monitor all student progress in real time without the hassle of asking students to share their screens. Spend more time collaborating and discovering mathematics. Spend less time on the technical stuff.

Scaling Up The Flipped Classroom: John Kerrigan

Zoom Virtual Event

Description:  This presentation will discuss the planning, implementation, revision, and common assessment results from a University flipped pre-calculus course for first-year engineering students. A focus will be placed on actionable strategies for secondary/University teachers to take in the flipped classroom. Twitter: @kerrigan_john

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