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Reexamining Meaningful, Virtual Math: Tried and True Strategies That Work Best for Teachers! National Geographic Learning's Virtual Learning Series
Teaching in these unprecedented times is nothing short of difficult. Hear from Dr. Laurie Boswell and a panel of fellow educators who are currently navigating the "virtual-to in-person-and back-to-virtual" world we are living in. Learn what strategies work best, even when teaching in person and virtual simultaneously, and what is better off kept 6 feet away.

Together, we can build confidence knowing we are doing the best we can for our students. Leave the session able to integrate the tried and true strategies and tools that have worked the best for teachers just like you!

In this webinar, you will learn:
• Tried and true strategies and tools that work best for teachers.
• Strategies for organizing and presenting math content in a virtual environment, in person, or both.
• Tips on using interactive tools to meet the needs of all learners

Jan 28, 2021 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Laurie Boswell, Ed.D.
Award-winning math teacher, trainer, and Big Ideas Math® author
Dr. Laurie Boswell is the co-author of the Big Ideas Math program by Big Ideas Learning. Together with, Dr. Ron Larson, they have co-authored over 4 dozen math programs from grades Kindergarten through high school. In her writing and guidance she focuses not only on the students but on the teacher through her embedded “Laurie’s Notes”. Dr. Boswell is also a frequent presenter at national, state, and local math conferences. In addition to her authorship, Dr. Boswell is the former head of school at Riverside school in Lyndonville, VT and has served on several boards and committees with both NCSM and NCTM. Laurie has worked with all levels of students from elementary through high school. She truly enjoys coaching and working with teachers.
Expert Educator Panelists
Stephanie Duwve - 2nd grade teacher at Highland Elementary School in Sylvania, OH Hanin Kashen - 4th grade teacher at Sylvan Elementary School in Sylvania, OH Annalee Stover, 8th grade and Algebra 1 teacher, Ontario Middle School, Ontario, OH