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Using Math Software for High Impact Personalized Learning

One of our recent webinars dove into personalized learning and how it can guide students to deeper engagement and deeper thinking. Differentiated instruction can not only capture students' attention and hold it, but also get them thinking conceptually and trigger those "Aha!" learning moments.

Focusing on specific examples and best practices, our webinar team explored the power of implementing math software to create high impact personalized environments.

Check out the highlights in the video below:

 


Didn’t catch personalized learning webinar but loved the highlights? Don’t miss out on our next webinar coming up on March 13, 2018 -- Rigor Relevance: The Challenges of Enabling Creative Problem Solving.

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Description: New educational standards have made the call for a different kind of rigor in math. With this shift, teachers are struggling in finding a scalable method to deliver rigorous content. This webinar will touch on the challenges teachers face when implementing rigor in the classroom, and offer solutions that enable all students to be creative problem solvers.  

Topics covered:

  • Two main challenges educators face in implementing rigorous math instruction
  • A Rigor Relevance matrix that addresses content and implementation
  • Example of ST Math animated puzzle challenges facilitating rigorous problem solving
  • Sample puzzles for teachers to take into classrooms

We hope to see you there!

Ieva Galinyte

About the Author

Ieva Galinyte is an engagement assistant at MIND Research Institute. She enjoys writing about and keeping up with the latest trends in math education.

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