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REL Southeast Event: Teach Students How to Be Intentional when Choosing Solution Strategies
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October 12, 2018

Time: 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM CT

Location: Florida State University Panama City Campus
4750 Collegiate Drive, Panama City, Florida 32405

Description: The goals for the workshop are to: (a) expose teachers to rich problem solving tasks that highlight the need for students to recognize and generate strategies for solving problems (IES Algebra Practice Guide Recommendation 3); (b) help teachers learn how to teach students to evaluate and compare different strategies for solving problems (Algebra Recommendation 3); (c) model for teachers how to monitor and reflect on the problem-solving process to articulate the reasoning behind strategy choice and identify which strategy presented the most efficient means of obtaining the solution (Algebra Recommendation 3.2); (d) provide teachers with a listing of resources supported by the What Works Clearinghouse and the National Council for the Teachers of Mathematics; and (f) provide opportunities for participants to ask clarifying questions.

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Audience: The audience will include in-service and pre-service teachers who are attending the Southeastern Regional Association of Teacher Education (SRATE) conference. Teachers who attend this session will be middle school and high school algebra teachers from various districts in the southeastern region of Florida. District-level curriculum supervisors, and school-level teacher leaders will also be in attendance.

Speakers: Tim Jacobbe, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Education
University of Florida

Contact
Kevin DiMatteo
kdimatteo@fsu.edu
(850) 644-3042
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Category
REL Events
Organization
Regional Educational Laboratory Program
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