Date: February 21 2013 5:00pm - 8:00pm Location: Lewis & Clark Graduate Campus
Lewis & Clark Graduate Campus
Participants in this workshop will build an understanding of the Common Core Mathematical Practices and how they are integrated into the Common Core content. Learn how to enhance skills in identifying students exhibiting the Mathematical Practices and integrate the Mathematical Practices with instruction to support student proficiency.
This workshop is part of our 2012-2013 Workshop Series.
Complimentary coffee and tea will be served.
Online registration is now closed. You may register onsite for this workshop.
Instructors: Ann McMahon, M.A.T., Roxanne Malter
About the Instructors
Ann McMahon, M.A.T. ‘95 is a retired PPS teacher. She’s a member of the Oregon Council of Teachers of Mathematics Board. She substitutes, works as a supervisor for Lewis & Clark interns in the graduate school, and facilitates professional development for the Professional Development Cadre. Ann is an author of Making Sense of Problem Solving for K-5 Teachers.
Roxanne Malter has been a middle school mathematics teacher in the Portland metro area for thirty-five years. She also serves on the board of the Oregon Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Currently, she is writing and presenting workshops for the Professional Development Cadre, supervising interns for Lewis & Clark College, and instructing at Portland State University in the Graduate School of Education program for Elementary Mathematics Instructional Leaders.
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