Using Interactive Technology to Target Key Areas of Student Difficulty in Mathematics
Published:March 1, 2010
This round of math workshops facilitated by Pam Buffington is designed to extend the use of visual, interactive math tools including the use of the OER tool GeoGebra to support mathematics teaching and learning. The primary focus will be on the use of high quality yet freely available resources to target areas of known student misconception and errors as informed by research. This is an interactive, hands-on workshop that engages participants with tools and activities that can be used directly with students. Target audience middle and high school teachers of mathematics. Please bring your MLTI laptop.
You can find a link to registration on our Events Page.
Presenter: Dr. Pam Buffington
Times: 8:00 am - 2:30 pm
To Bring: MLTI Laptop, your own lunch/snacks
March 19 - Freeport High School
March 25 - Pembroke Elementary School
April 7 - Gardiner High School
The MLTI Team