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- Grades K-High School
Math Language Routines – The What, the Why, the How (2018 November Webinar)
This mini-webinar will give a quick overview of the popular Mathematical Language Routines you’ve been hearing about. As in other subjects, math students must be able to read, write, listen, speak, and discuss the subject at hand. Often, these multimodal ways of learning and using math skills are given too little attention in curricular materials, and teachers may want to supplement with classroom activities that provide opportunities for students to use language to discuss the math content they’re learning. Viewers will get a quick look at some of the supplementary routines and how to integrate them into grade-level work. These routines benefit ALL students, but are particularly helpful for English Language Learners or those struggling with the linguistic components of math.
This webinar offers a certificate verifying professional learning time on the topic. To receive this certificate, select the “Access On-Demand” option and complete the webinar as a registered participant.
This learning experience will be most powerful if used as part of a comprehensive, ongoing program of content-specific professional learning. To learn more, see the Professional Learning Principles.