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How Can We Address Unfinished Learning in High School Math Classrooms?
The COVID-19 global pandemic created an exceptionally unique situation for the education community, requiring dramatic shifts to different modes of instruction and learning across the country. It is unquestionable that this amount of change during a global pandemic has caused many students to have unfinished learning in mathematics. Teachers are now faced with the challenge of how to address this with their students. Join us for an interactive webinar where we will explore tangible and specific strategies for how we can address the unfinished learning in the high school mathematics classroom.

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Apr 15, 2021 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Eric Milou
Educator and Author
Eric Milou is a professor in the Department of Mathematics at Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey. His research focuses on K-12 mathematics curriculum and instruction, including the use of technology and mathematical modeling. Eric was part of the nine-member NCTM feedback/advisory team for the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSCO) and National Governors Association (NGA) during the development of the Common Core State Standards. He is the author of Daily Routines Jump-Start Math Class and Teaching Mathematics in Middle School.