ABOUT
In this 90 minute webinar Grace Kelemanik and Amy Lucenta, authors of "Routines for Reasoning" and co-authors of "Ready Classroom Mathematics", will share strategies for engaging students in mathematical thinking and discourse while teaching remotely. They will also discuss a small set of engagement strategies that can be used during online learning to allow teachers to get in-the-moment feedback from students. Teachers will leave with resources to help them manage online learning and strategies to use in remote learning settings.

Participants will:
• Learn three strategies that prepare students to participate more fully in mathematical thinking and conversations, particularly in remote environments. 
• Discuss how the three strategies can be applied in synchronous, asynchronous, and in-person instruction. 

Target Audience: Instructional Coaches & Teachers


REGISTRATION
$65 Fee



One year membership to WSASCD included with registration. Note to current members: registration does not extend your membership.

You will receive a Zoom registration confirmation as soon as your online registration has been processed.

DISCLAIMER: Session will be recorded.

Clock Hours

This session is eligible for 1.5 clock hours. Participants must be present in real time (for the full duration) to be eligible for clock hours. 

Cancellations
No need to cancel! If you can’t participate live, you will be provided access to the session recording soon after the session ends.

Still wish to cancel? A $25 administrative fee applies to all cancellations. No Show = No Refund

Questions
Contact Carrie Lam with questions at carrielamascd@gmail.com.

Grace Kelemanik, M.S.T.

​KEY POSITIONS​​
Co-founder, Fostering Math Practices​
National consultant supporting teachers, coaches, and school leaders
​Project Director, Education Development Center
​Teacher Educator, Boston Teacher Residency Program​
Mathematics teacher and leader (Urban 6–12)

PUBLICATIONS AND ADVISORY FOCUS​
Coauthor of Routines for Reasoning: Fostering the Mathematical Practices in All Students
​Teaching with instructional routines and implementing high-leverage pedagogical strategies
​Urban education
​Mathematics instruction for special populations
​Teacher development

Amy Lucenta, M.Ed.

KEY POSITIONS
Co-founder, Fostering Math Practices
National consultant supporting teachers, coaches, and school leaders
Mathematics teacher and leader (K–12)

PUBLICATIONS AND ADVISORY FOCUS
Coauthor of Routines for Reasoning: Fostering the Mathematical Practices in All Students
Teaching with instructional routines and implementing high-leverage pedagogical strategies
Integrating Mathematical Practices into instruction
Supporting all learners