As the entire world is engaging in emergency remote learning, it’s likely that you’ve managed to piece together the technology to provide students with new learning through videos either found or created and you’ve given your students options to access practice problems through online tools and/or digital handouts. Now, you’re trying to continue finding ways to restore the community and engagement you had pre-COVID-19.
Dive into this webinar where we’ll explore ways we can craft lessons from a distance that Spark Curiosity, Fuel Sense Making, and Ignite Your Teacher Moves through an easy to follow 3-part framework.
Zoom Webinar Presentation
Presenter: Kyle Pearce and Jon Orr
Audience: K – 12
- The workbook can be found at: https://MAKEMATHMOMENTS.COM/WORKBOOK
- Jon’s websites: http://mrorr-isageek.com http://mathbeforebed.com
- Kyle’s websites: https://tapintoteenminds.com http://mathisvisual.com
- Jon and Kyle’s podcast series – https://makemathmoments.com/podcast/
- Notice/wonder task: https://makemathmoments.com/tasks
- To search the internet for additional tasks, go to https://makemathmoments.com/find
- Braining Camp is an online site with math manipulatives. You can find it at: http://brainingcamp.com
- Knowledgehook is a free Ontario tool that allows students to take snapshots of their work. https://www.knowledgehook.com/
- To access your 30-day free access to Kyle and Jon’s academy, go to Https://makemathmoments.com/distanceotf
- Paul Lockhart’s short book, A Mathematician’s Lament, can be accessed for free in pdf form at https://www.maa.org/external_archive/devlin/LockhartsLament.pdf