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March 12, 2013

Blended Learning Strategies for Common-Core Math

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Blended Learning Strategies for Common-Core MathSchool districts are tapping into online gaming, video instruction, and other blended learning techniques to teach math while also identifying the digital resources that pair with the goals of the Common Core State Standards. Our guests will review techniques and digital resources for math instruction that emphasizes the use of blended learning and meeting the new common-core requirements.

Guests:

Suzy Brooks, third grade teacher at Mullen-Hall School, Falmouth, Mass., and author of the teacher support blog Technically Invisible

Sarah Lwanga, math department chairperson, Riverside Virtual School, Riverside, Calif.

This webinar will be moderated by Michelle R. Davis, senior writer, Education Week Digital Directions.

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Webinar Date: Tuesday, March 19, 1 – 2 p.m. ET

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  1. [...] Blended Learning Strategies for Common-Core MathSchool districts are tapping into online gaming, video instruction, and other blended learning techniques to teach math while also identifying the digital resources that pair …  [...]

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