A Computational Approach to Functions

A Computational Approach to Functions

Presented by: Patrick Honner
Presented on October 8, 2019
Looking for a new approach to teaching domain and range? Or an opportunity for students to use their crossover computer science skills? Taking a computational approach to functions allows for the rigorous development of all the fundamental concepts in an active and creative way, while at the same time offering endless opportunities to extend deeper into both mathematics and computer science. If you teach about functions—and what math teacher doesn’t?—you will leave with something new to think about for your math classroom.

Recommended Grade Level: 7 – 12

Hosted by: Rana Hafiz

Watch the full presentation at: https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/A-Computational-Approach-to-Functions

ELL Strategies for a Regular High School Math Classroom

ELL Strategies for a Regular High School Math Classroom

Presented by: Jennifer Thomas and Kari Ferguson

Presented on September 24, 2019

Students need more literacy support in a math classroom due to different language levels, math abilities, and global perspectives. Through examining practice, teachers can focus on their formatting to ensure they are best supporting students.

Hosted by: Amanda Riske

Watch the full presentation at: https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/ELL-Strategies-for-a-Regular-High-School-Math-Classroom

Moving to SBG (Part 2)

Moving to SBG (Part 2)

Presented by: Farica Erwin

In my journey to make my grading policies match my teaching philosophy, I found Standards Based Grading. Six years of some trial and error, I now have a policy that works for my classroom. Join to learn about how to incorporate SBG, what worked, what didn’t work, how it affects homework policy, and how to still use a traditional online grade book.

Hosted by: Rana Hafiz

Special Note:  Due to the size of this file, this is part 2 of 2.

Note: Watch the full presentation at: https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Moving-to-SBG

Presented on September 10, 2019

 

Moving to SBG (Part 1)

Moving to SBG

Presented by: Farica Erwin

In my journey to make my grading policies match my teaching philosophy, I found Standards Based Grading. Six years of some trial and error, I now have a policy that works for my classroom. Join to learn about how to incorporate SBG, what worked, what didn’t work, how it affects homework policy, and how to still use a traditional online grade book.

Hosted by: Rana Hafiz

Special Note:  Due to the size of this file, this is part 1 of 2.

Note: Watch the full presentation at: https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Moving-to-SBG

Presented on September 10, 2019