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Welcome to the 2015 MidSchoolMath National Conference!
For more information about the conference, please visit www.midschoolmath.com. Ample space is available in all sessions at the present time!  

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Saturday, February 28 • 11:45am - 1:00pm
Scaffolding Rigorous Tasks for All Learners FULL

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This session will address the use of problem solving as formative assessment through rigorous mathematical tasks. Students need to be able to jump into problem solving and persevere in their endeavors.

This takes planning on the teacher's part. We need to help students persevere, organize, observe, conclude, use tools, justify their thinking & critique the thinking of others -- and insure that ALL students can access rigorous math tasks. We will look at new, as well as tried & true strategies that are necessary to scaffold accessibility.

You will experience mathematical tasks and strategies that help facilitate a path to success for all learners and look at how The Standards of Mathematical Practice will have a profound impact on classroom practices.


Presenters
avatar for Maria Tere Hirsch

Maria Tere Hirsch

Secretary, Greater LOs Angeles Mathematics Council
I taught mathematics at the middle school level for 35 years. I'm currently retired but still involved as a math consultant for the Los Angeles County Office of Education and as instructor for the UCLA Mathematics project.For the past 7 years I've worked in professional development in math, focusing on the implementation of the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics. I am the lead teacher for the Los Angeles County Office of Education CCSS... Read More →


Saturday February 28, 2015 11:45am - 1:00pm
Coronado Santa Fe Community Convention Center