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Shawn Towle

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[ncsm-members] Great Tasks and TI Technology Webinar
Posted: Apr 18, 2014 8:39 AM
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NCSM Great Tasks Webinar
Tuesday, April 22 8:00 PM EST, 5:00 PM PST

What is a "great task"? How is a great task used effectively in the
classroom? Published by the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics
(NCSM) with support from Texas Instruments, NCSM Great Tasks for
Mathematics 6-12 provides opportunities for students to explore meaningful
mathematics by challenging their thinking about essential concepts and
ideas. Join us to explore these "Great Tasks" and see how they can be
enhanced by TI technology.

Presented by: Connie Schrock and Jennifer Wilson

Register today at: http://bit.ly/1mcNx9e

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Shawn Towle
Web-Editor
National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics
(NCSM)<http://mathedleadership.org/>
207-939-9318

NCSM is a mathematics leadership organization for educational leaders that
provides professional learning opportunities necessary to support and
sustain improved student achievement. Visit us at:
http://mathedleadership.org

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