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Saturday, November 16 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Math Trails: Real-World Math

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This session will be interactive and mainly audience-led. Everyone who attends will have an opportunity to explore math around the school and work with other teachers on creating engaging and challenging math tasks to take back to their schools. Each person will also receive published materials for further learning.

Session Objectives:

1. To build an understanding of how to connect math standards to real-world or school-related issues.

Presenters
avatar for Stephanie Cory

Stephanie Cory

Elementary
Stephanie Cory has been teaching 5th grade at Korea International School for several years. She has a passion for math education and creating a more engaging math curriculum for her students. She enjoys creating opportunities for students to transfer their math skills to new situ... Read More →
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Clayton Boren

Elementary, Korea International School
Clayton Boren is in his second year teaching 5th grade at Korea International School. He has a passion for math education and creating a more engaging math curriculum for his students. He enjoys creating opportunities for students to transfer their math skills to new situations.


Saturday November 16, 2019 1:45pm - 2:45pm
M302

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