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Saturday, October 26 • 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Conceptual Understanding and Fluency Without Fear Through Patterning and Computational Thinking

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Recent brain research proves that when you believe you CAN do math, you will learn more from your mistakes than if you believe you aren’t good at math. The problem is, how do you have students persist in their practice to develop and maintain fluency without drills that kill confidence? We’ll examine a number of ways including: fun games, playing with numbers & patterns, student agency, providing multiple entry points, many different ways of practicing, goal setting and tracking, rewarding fruitful effort over skill, friendly competition, integrating practice with short instruction videos, procedural fluency and more. See how students enjoy deliberate practice while building conceptual understanding and Computational Thinking with First in Math. Free teams for attendees.

Note: All sessions are first come first serve. Seats are not guaranteed.

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avatar for Tony Morrow

Tony Morrow

E-Learning Evangelist, First in Math
Math Enthusiast eager to find ways to get kids to engage in deliberate practice to build math and Computational Thinking skills!


Saturday October 26, 2019 1:45pm - 2:30pm
RM 802

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