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2023 Make Math Moments Virtual Summit

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  1. Day 1 - Friday Evening
    3 Lessons
  2. Day 2 - Saturday Morning
    8 Lessons
  3. Day 2 - Saturday Afternoon
    8 Lessons
  4. Day 3 - Sunday Morning
    7 Lessons
  5. Day 3 - Sunday Afternoon
    8 Lessons
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Powerful Math Routines for All Learners – Michaela Epstein

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Wish you could get your students thinking deeply about math in every lesson?

In this session, you’ll uncover powerful math routines that are specially designed to unlock new ideas, insights, and reasoning about mathematics. You’ll carefully explore strategies and techniques for facilitating routines that you can then use to help your students articulate their thinking, form connections, and learn more maths than would be possible if working alone from a textbook or worksheet.

About Michaela Epstein

Director, Maths Teacher Circles

After searching for ways to make professional learning more meaningful, in 2020 Michaela Epstein founded Maths Teacher Circles. Since then, over 1,000 primary and secondary teachers and school leaders from across the globe have come together to share expertise and uncover new maths teaching ideas.

Michaela has also taught maths at schools in rural and urban areas and served as President of the Mathematical Association of Victoria and on the Council of the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers. She has completed her Master’s research on the intent of the mathematics curriculum and presented internationally on this work.

At heart, Michaela is an avid learner and maths enthusiast. Her aim is to help teachers reignite their own curiosity for mathematics and develop effective strategies to enable all students to become confident mathematical thinkers.

Make Math Moments Academy Forums Powerful Math Routines for All Learners – Discussion

  • Powerful Math Routines for All Learners – Discussion

    Posted by Kyle Pearce on November 7, 2023 at 5:38 am

    What was your big take away from this particular lesson?

    What is something you are still wondering?

    Share your thinking below.

    Laura replied 3 days, 5 hours ago 2 Members · 1 Reply
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  • Laura

    December 4, 2023 at 10:46 pm

    I always start my class with a brain warm-up. Students crave the routine of starting class this way. I’m looking forward to using Two Groups and Which is Larger in the coming weeks.