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The Art and Science of Learner-Centered Math

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Location: 
810 First Street NE, Washington, DC 20002
Building: 
Office of the State Superintendent of Education
Room: 
3rd Floor, Grand Hall A
Details: 

Units/Clock Hours: 8 Professional Learning Units

Course Knowledge Area(s): 8 Professional Learning Units

Alignment: CCSS Math; DC CCELS Math

Description: Boost student achievement with learner centered math practices that are aligned with the Common Core Mathematical Standards of Practice for grades kindergarten through third. This seminar will teach participants how to create core, mini, and center lessons that allow students to build the mathematical stamina and perseverance needed to problem solve. Strategies on how to use math literature and manipulatives to increase deep understanding and fluency will be incorporated into lesson planning and assessment development.

Registration: edpyscconnect.com, email edpsyc519@hotmail.com or (202) 288-0676

Cost: Free

Sponsor(s): Sheba Tartt-Walker and OSSE

Audience: Kindergarten- Grade 3 Public, Charter, and Private Teachers, Administrators, Before/After Care, Out-of-School Time

Early Learning
Contact: 
Sheba Tartt-Walker
Phone: 
(202) 288-0676