The Ah-Ha! Moment: Encouraging Student Mathematical Discourse
Join us to define and discuss mathematical discourse and its benefits for students in a math classroom. Participants will explore various strategies to create and facilitate accountable student talk in middle and high school classrooms. After attending this webinar, educators will be confident in using research-based methods to encourage meaningful mathematical conversations that will get their students to think!
Sandy joined Carnegie Learning in August, 2000 after spending 14 years as a high school mathematics teacher, department chair, and coach. Sandy began her career at Carnegie Learning as a Manager of School Partnerships, where she used her background in mathematics education and curriculum to inform and educate teachers on the benefits of using the Carnegie Learning materials in their classroom. She went on to become a Regional Account Manager for the Mid-Atlantic region, Eastern Regional Director of Sales, and VP of Educational Services. Sandy embodies the Carnegie Learning Way, believing that all students are capable of becoming strong, confident math learners. That passion drives everything she does, from developing curriculum to working alongside teachers in the classroom. As Carnegie Learning's Senior Academic Officer, Sandy leads an instructional design team that leverages the best of academic research on teaching and learning theory to create the world's best math curriculum.