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Problem Solving Strategies

Ryan Flessner

September 29th
at Butler University, Jordan Hall Room 170


9:00 am-3:00 pm




breakfast, lunch and a certificate for earned professional growth hours

Support Student Mathematicians

Back by popular demand, this workshop helps participants support K-8 mathematicians with inquiry-based strategies that extend beyond the basics of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

  Learn to identify and write 14 types of problems that form the basis of Common Core and Indiana College and Career Ready Standards.

  Understand three distinct developmental levels that students progress through as they move from concrete comprehension to abstract reasoning.

  Develop multiple strategies for meaningful assessment and grading.

  Broaden math experience to make connections to number sense, early algebra and other essential concepts.

This workshop combines research-based practices with real-world classroom expertise.

More Information

For accessibility information or to request disability-related accommodations, please visit http://www.butler.edu/event-accommodations/

Other Professional Development Events for Math Teachers:

Problem Solving & Process Standards, Kindergarten
October 27, 2018

Problem Solving & Process Standards, Grades 1-2
October 27, 2018

Problem Solving & Process Standards, Grades 3-4
November 10, 2018

Problem Solving & Process Standards, Grades 5-6
November 10, 2018

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