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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
Fun with Statistics LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

Experience two engaging statistics lessons aligned to the CCSS for 6th and 7th grade!

Explore your "Name Scores," as you calculate the value of your ‘scrabble” name score and then line up in order of the value. In the lineup, statistical concepts related to center and spread will be discussed and illustrated. Two hands-on activities that give meaning to the “mean” and "quartiles" will also be demonstrated.

Then, dive into the "Fish Population" activity, performing a simulation that estimates the number of fish in the a lake. Concepts of sampling and proportional reasoning are central to this problem.

Connections to Webb’s Depth of Knowledge, the Common Core Standards, the Mathematical Practices and strategies to engage all learners (especially ELLs and special learners) will be made explicit. You'll acquire a clearer understanding of what good statistic lessons look and feel like in middle school in the Common Core - and with classroom-tested, ready-to-use lessons that will engage students.

Presenters
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Shelley Kriegler

President, Center for Mathematics and Teaching
Dr. Shelley Kriegler was a middle and high school math teacher for 20 years. She then joined the UCLA Mathematics Department as the Director of the Math Content Programs for Teachers where she created and taught courses for teachers who wanted to earn authorizations to teach middle school mathematics. She retired from UCLA in 2010. Shelley is currently President of the Center for Mathematics and Teaching, a small nonprofit education group... Read More →


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

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