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Integrating Language Development and Content Learning in Math: Focus on Reasoning

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This course consists of seven online sessions, with three weeks or so between each session. Each session includes expert video screencasts, reflection prompts, classroom video clips, readings, resources, and assignments that will prompt participants to use what they learn in their classrooms and reflect on student language use. Participants are free to complete the session tasks at their own pace as long as they finish them within the allotted time. Teachers (K-12) will learn how:

  • Authentic communication in the math classroom accelerates both language and content development
  • To model and strengthen activities for reasoning and its language
  • To integrate and leverage different language modes in one activity
  • To formatively assess language and reasoning to improve instruction
Presented by Stanford University
Date(s) October 3, 2017-March 6, 2018
Time 8:00 AM
Location(s) Online
Presenter(s) Stanford University
Professional Development Hours: 40.0
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Current Attendees:
DELANEY, KATHRYN SCHULZ, ANDREW

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