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Thursday, October 17 • TBA
Mathematical Provocations and Differentiating Math Instruction

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What are mathematical provocations? How can mathematical provocations help engage, challenge, and differentiate a range of learners? How do they help highlight beautiful and exciting aspects of mathematics for all students? In this workshop, we’ll look at some problems and projects that we have done with students and discuss the learning goals and skills covered. It is our hope that educators will be inspired and find practical application of these ideas in their own classrooms after the sessions.

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Katie Kelly

3rd Grade Teacher, The Nueva School
Katie Kelly teaches third grade at Nueva. Katie has worked as a second grade art teacher, sixth grade associate teacher, and also was an interim lead sixth grade teacher at the Trinity School in Atlanta, Georgia. She began her teaching career after working as a photojournalist and... Read More →
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Lora Saarnio

Lower School Math and Computer Science Specialist, The Nueva School
Lora Saarnio has taught K-12 humanities, math and science. She previously taught high school English and middle school math and science; currently, she works with students in Grades 1-5 as a Math and Computer Science Specialist at The Nueva School. Lora is also Director Emerita of... Read More →


Thursday October 17, 2019 TBA
Nueva Hillsborough Campus 6565 Skyline Boulevard, Hillsborough, CA 94010
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