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What If You Had A Tool That Allowed You To Interact With Math and Science In A Whole New Way?

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Free Online Event Schedule

  • Session 1: Increase Achievement and Understanding in the Math Classroom Using Screencasting Presented by Monica Burns 10:00 - 10:30 AM ET 
  • Session 2: Empower and Engage Your Students in Math and Science Through UDL Presented by John McGowan 11:00 - 11:30 AM ET 
  • Session 3: Getting Started with Makerspaces and STEAM Presented by Meredith Martin 12:00 - 12:30 PM ET 
  •  Session 4: STEAM Up Learning to Inspire Inquiry, Critical Thinking, and Problem-Solving Presented by Shelly Sanchez-Terrell 1:00 - 1:30 PM ET 

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Saturday, May 5th 4 Sessions [FREE Registration] 10:00 AM - 1:30 PM ET

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Event Descriptions

[FREE Registration]

Session 1: 10 - 10:30am ET with Monica Burns "Increase Achievement and Understanding in the Math Classroom Using Screencasting"

Would you like an easy way to create customized tutorials that students can use to review concepts, as well as a way for students to demonstrate their own knowledge and understanding? Mobile apps and Web tools that allow you or your students to create screencasts might be just what you're looking for to help boost achievement and understanding in your math classroom. Join Monica Burns as she shares her favorite Web tools and iPad apps for screencasting, along with examples of how to use them in the classroom. Monica will show how simple it is for both teachers and students to capture their own thinking as they explain how to solve math problems.

Session 2: 11 - 11:30am ET with John McGowan "Empower and Engage Your Students in Math and Science Through UDL"

Would you like to increase your students' comprehension and engagement in STEM subjects? Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an education framework that provides students with options for comprehension, expression, and engagement so that they can learn in the method that best suits their needs. Join John McGowan, Product Manager at Texthelp, as he details how you can engage and empower students in math and science through technology that is built on UDL principles. He will show how you and your students can use digital notation as the stepping stone to increased comprehension and engagement in STEM subjects. In addition, John will share the best methods to improve the student-teacher feedback loop, both in terms of quality and timing, by using EquatIO®. Come discover concrete examples of how you can integrate UDL into your math and science classrooms to empower and engage your students like never before.  

Session 3: 12 - 12:30pm ET with Meri Martin "Getting Started With Makerspaces and STEAM"

STEM, STEAM, and Makerspaces are hot topics in education these days, but many educators are unsure how to get started with them, or think they don't apply if they don't teach math or science. Join Meredith Martin as she briefly covers the difference between the terms and talks about different types of spaces that can be utilized for classroom and school-wide Makerspaces. She will also explore some of the tools and supplies needed and provide examples of maker projects. You will discover not only how to get started with Makerspaces, but also how to tie makerspace activities in with standards, integrate them with various content areas, and so much more!

Session 4: 1-1:30pm ET with Shelly Sanchez-Terrell "STEAM Up Learning to Inspire Inquiry, Critical Thinking, and Problem-Solving"

Would you like to inspire inquiry, critical thinking, and problem-solving in your students? Consider STEAM, which is at the heart of innovation. This learning approach integrates Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics into the curriculum, while stimulating and cultivating these critical skills. This approach also helps students to develop the skills, interest, and drive needed to pursue high demand careers in STEM professions. Join Shelly Sanchez Terrell as she introduces you to cross-curricular STEAM resources and strategies that students will love! She will also share how these resources and strategies can help students build a better narrative of how their learning impacts their lives and the world around them.

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