CIT has offered dozens of workshops in all disciplines since 2006. The workshops are hands-on and designed to share classroom-tested activities and approaches that will enhance the academic program at any middle or high school. The following are most relevant to math teachers.
San Francisco, CAJune 23-24: Become an Expert Interactive Whiteboard User: Practical Teaching Techniques (Meghan Mahoney)
June 27-28: No Limits in Upper Level Math (Henri Picciotto) Hands-on and visual approaches to topics in Algebra 2 and Precalculus.
June 29-30: Meaningful Group Work in the Math Classroom: Applying the Complex Instruction Framework (Laura Evans)
Washington, DC (Northern Virginia)August 15-17: Hands-On Geometry (Henri Picciotto) Labs and activities, plus an authentic approach to proof.
Additional workshopsIndependent curriculum, integrating technology, instructional leadership, digital video interviews, science, language, and Chinese.
Workshop Descriptions, Presenters' Bios, and Registration Information:www.CenterForInnovativeTeaching.org
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