Mathematics K-12 Essentials Forum

Math Foundations For All

This event occurred on May 25, 2023 4:30 PM EDT.
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Early math is fraught with confusing questions: Do kids really need to know all those multiplication tables? Which should come first, math concepts or procedures? Why don’t schools pay as much attention to math disability as they do to dyslexia? And how can parents know how to help when materials and methods have changed since they were young? Join us as both math practitioners and researchers clear the path—and identify strategies that give all students a solid foundation in math.

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Agenda

2:00pm ET

Welcome and Introduction

2:10pm ET

Interactive Session: Setting the Stage

2:20pm ET

Industry Perspective: Improving Math Learning Outcomes: What Really Works

2:30pm ET

Panel Discussion: Tackling Fact Fluency and Early Word Problems

3:15pm ET

Industry Perspective: Two Big Ideas for Teaching Math in the Elementary Grades

3:25pm ET

Panel Discussion: A Math Learning Disorder and Its Connections

3:55pm ET

Industry Perspective: The Science of Deeper Learning: Empowering All Students

4:05pm ET

Interactive Session: The Parent Factor  

4:15pm ET

Closing Thoughts





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