ILEARN for Math: What is the real answer to increased student achievement?
We can’t keep teaching math in the same way, using the same resources and instructional strategies and expect that our students’ achievement on ILEARN is going to increase. Something has to change!
Research conducted by NCTM and authors such as John Hattie, Doug Fisher and Nancy Frey have been guiding us since 2014 towards mathematics pedagogy that builds conceptual understanding and number sense for students and creates classrooms where our students are problem solvers, critical thinkers and mathematicians. In this workshop, we will answer the question we have all been asking, “What is the real answer to increased student achievement?”
- Engage in an exploration of what the key math educators and researchers are saying about high impact math instruction, to better define “What does it look like?”
- Explore the alignment between ILearn and the high impact math instruction defined by key math educators and researchers
- Build a road map to get to the destination of high impact math instruction by assessing the current state and identifying the missing pieces to develop a working plan to get there
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