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Mathematics Webinar

Engaging Young Students to Accelerate Math Learning

Thu., June 17, 2021, 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. ET
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Join learning scientists and inspiring district leaders, for a timely panel discussion addressing a school district’s approach to doubling and tripling Math gains during Covid. What started as a goal to address learning gaps in numeracy for Prek and kindergarten students, resulted in a school district finding measurable gains when implementing a unique game-based learning program that is powered by research-based design and addresses learner variability.

Participants will hear directly from district leaders about their implementation journey despite this uniquely challenging school year, lessons learned and actionable recommendations on how to promote PreK-2 Math acceleration, while encouraging a love of math in all districts.

Speakers
Carmen Alvarez
Early Childhood Director Harlingen CISD (Texas)
Loranda Romero
Asst Superintendent for Elementary Education Harlingen CISD (Texas)
Vic Vuchic
Chief Innovation Officer Digital Promise Global
Diana Hughes
Vice President, Product Design Age of Learning, Inc
KP Thai
Learning Sciences Research Director Age of Learning, Inc
Moderator
Sunil Gunderia
Chief Innovation Officer, Age of Learning, Inc.
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