Monday, Oct 15 8:00 pm EST

Monday, Oct 22 8:00 pm EST

Using mathematical routines to engage all learners

with Sarah Bent

On October 15 and October 23 I’ll share the mathematical routines I employ in my elementary classroom to build number sense, develop inquiry, and engage students in the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice.

Ideal for K-8 educators, participants will leave with the structures and resources for hundreds of flexible and easy-to-implement activities to use in their classrooms.”

As you can with other TeachingPartners Live Workshops, you can earn a six-hour Certificate of Participation from TeachingPartners for your participation in both Workshop sessions. And, if you add your phone number during registration, TeachingPartners will text you reminders as we get closer to the date.

About Sarah Bent

Sarah Bent is the Assistant Director of Mathematics Leadership Programs at Mount Holyoke College.

In this role, she runs the Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics program and designs and facilitates professional learning opportunities for teachers and math coaches. Sarah also teaches math and math education graduate courses at the college. Prior to her work at the college, Sarah was a third and fourth grade teacher in Chesterfield, Massachusetts and an adjunct faculty member at Westfield State University. She recently served as a collaborating teacher for a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded research project, “Using Routines as a Strategy for Developing Elementary Students’ Conception of Proof.”

Her current interests include the role of context in supporting conceptual understanding and mathematical modeling in science class through different levels of inquiry.