In this workshop, we’ll explore the components of learning math through a variety of tools and activities designed with young learners in mind. This session will mostly focus on Seesaw but may include a few bonus tools and tricks too. These activities can be used to support math instruction in traditional classroom instruction, as well as in a remote/online/blended learning model.
This full-day math session gives math educators confidence in using digital tools while providing students with strategies to make their thinking visible. Teachers are provided instruction, modeling, and workshop time with the following topics: digital math on Chromebooks, student engagement with KnowledgeHook, math portfolios, and screencasts to make student thinking and problem-solving visible. Additionally, we have built-in dedicated time to learn about ESL and assistive technology strategies.