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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Extending Learning in High School Geometry

This three-day workshop series will help high school geometry teachers explore the ‘what’ and the ‘how’ of teaching high school geometry for understanding:
  • What is the essential learning for a high school geometry course?
  • How do I focus instruction so that my students develop the necessary geometric skills and concepts?

Each of the three days is packed with hands-on exploration of activities and assessments to help teachers focus on teaching geometry for understanding. We will also explore interactive geometry tools and ways to integrate their use into daily classroom instruction. Teachers will have time to develop plans for incorporating the resources into your lessons, units, and assessments.

Dates: 11/1, 12/14, & 2/16/2011

Presenter: Danielle Seabold

Time: 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Audience: HS Geometry Teachers & Instructional Leaders

Place: Kalamazoo RESA Limit: 25 (current enrollment is 9)

SB-CEUs: 1.8 (additional $15.00 fee)

Fee: $75 PD Consortium Members

$94 Non-Consortium Members

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