Creating and Maintaining a Collaborative Classroom
A student-centered classroom plays a crucial role in developing the Standards for Mathematical Practice and 21st century skills within each and every student, yet transforming your classroom into a collaborative one can be challenging. Join us to learn strategies for classroom management, grouping, holding students accountable for their mathematical conversations, and more.
Sue Hamilton joined Carnegie Learning after 13 years as a high school math teacher and two years as an instructional coach for middle and high school. Sue taught with the Carnegie Learning High School Math Solution for five years, transitioning from a teacher-centered classroom to a student-centered classroom. As a Master Math Practitioner, she works with teachers and coaches day in and day out to transform learning in the math classroom. Learn more about Sue here.