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This is a great question, because engaging students is critical to helping them own their learning and persevere through productive struggle. Luckily, we recently had some very special guests share their strategies!
Matt Vaudrey, Google Certified Innovator and EdTech Coach
Reducing Math Anxiety in Your Students
Math anxiety can prevent students from taking risks, exploring mathematics, and reaching their potential. The solution? Making failure cheap. Matt Vaudrey, co-author of The Classroom Chef, shares four ways to make failure cheap in your classroom so your students can throw themselves into their learning with abandon.
Dr. Bernard E. Frost, Former President of South Carolina Leaders of Mathematics Education
Contagious Enthusiasm: Get Excited About Teaching Again
Ready to get energized and excited? Then buckle up, because Dr. Bernard Frost is bringing some fun energy and truly hilarious techniques to your practice in this session. Not only will these strategies engage your students, they'll also make you excited to teach again.
How do you engage your students? Let us know at #longlivemath.
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