How To Do Rich Math Tasks Remotely
How do you engage students fully when they’re learning remotely? And how do you activate numerous parts of the brain so they get the deepest benefit? We know that rich problem-solving tasks promote deep mathematical learning. So let us share what we’ve learned about how to use them effectively in a remote environment.
Team up with us as Jay Meadows, Exemplars Chief Education Officer, dives into the value of doing rich math tasks remotely. He’ll be joined by two educators who both successfully used Exemplars math tasks remotely this spring. Join in the conversation as we learn about their strategies for success and lessons learned.
- How to structure remote lessons for using Exemplars tasks for successful learning
- How to structure the first few months of using rich tasks remotely with your class
Host and Facilitator:
Chief Education Officer, Exemplars
Director of STEM Education, K–12, Norwalk Public Schools, CT
Fourth-Grade Math Teacher, Bernice A. Ray School, NH
Register now for this thought-provoking session, and discover how to help students keep moving their mathematical understanding forward. That may look different this year—but it can be done!