When students can make connections between math and the real world, engagement and retention increase. Utilizing inquiry-based learning provides a vehicle for cross-curricular and real-world connections and supports application of math skills and concepts. In this workshop, we will:
Learn strategies to peak student interest and prompt inquiry in the math classroom
Explore strategies for embedding discussion and application into daily lessons and activities
Engage in activities to learn how to transfer math skills and concepts to the real world
Who is this for?
6-12 Math teachers
Beth Lorenz, Heidi Brittain
Who do I contact for more information?
Mathematics, Teaching & Learning
1 - Planning, T-TESS 2 - Instruction, T-TESS 1.1 - Planning: Standards and Alignment, T-TESS 1.4 - Planning: Activities, T-TESS 2.2 - Instruction: Content Knowledge and Expertise
1 - Instructional Leadership, T-PESS 2 - Human Capital, T-PESS 1.1A - Ensures curricula aligned with state standards, T-PESS 1.1B - Monitors and ensures high quality instruction, T-PESS 2.2A - Maintains diverse and high quality work force