Professional Development that Builds Algebraic Reasoning
CMC-Central, March 7-8, 2008
Suzanne Alejandre, the Math Forum @ Drexel
- Let's think together about ways to build students' understanding of algebraic concepts. Together let's explore, reflect, discuss, and revise.
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- What are the various forms of algebraic reasoning?
- What helps students to develop these as much as they can?
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- Grades 5-9:
Using Technology and Problem Solving to Build Algebraic Reasoning
Teachers explore how technology can help students build algebraic reasoning as they model and solve contextualized problems using a variety of representations, including graphs, tables, equations, and words.
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Tools for Building Math Concepts
The Math Forum and Microsoft Corporation are hosting an online workshop for exploring how technology can help students develop fundamental concepts of multiplication, fractions, division and area through the process of generating data and examining patterns.
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