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MathEd Out Event: Going Deeper

The MathEd Out Podcast

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MathEd Out Conference 3.0:
Going Deeper

Saturday February 6th 2016, 9am-12pm

Covenant Christian High School, Indianapolis, IN


CLICK HERE to register your free place

The first and second MathEd Out Events were so successful, we are doing it all again! Don’t miss out on your chance to meet with others who are passionate about being the best high/middle school math teachers they can be.

The morning will feature:
  • Time for delegates to share ideas and top resources with table discussions including:
    • Using rich tasks to deepen understanding
    • How to go deeper with simple ‘skill practice’
    • Discussions with course specific groups (Algebra 1/Geometry etc)
  • The popular ‘resource symposium’, sharing all the resources we love best

There are just 60 places for this event. Register soon to avoid disappointment!

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Ep. 13 feat. Robert Kaplinski on Rich Lessons and Going Deeper in Mathematics

The MathEd Out Podcast

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Robert Kaplinsky has worked in education since 2003 as a classroom teacher, district math teacher specialist, and University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) instructor.  He graduated from UCLA with a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics / Applied Science (Computer Science) in 2000 and earned his Masters of Education in 2005.

He has presented and conducted professional development at across the United States and Canada.  His work has been published by Education Week (20122015) and the American Educational Research Association (AERA).  He has consulted for major publishers including Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Pearson.  Robert is a member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM), California Mathematics Council (CMC), Orange County Math Council (OCMC), and Greater Los Angeles Mathematics Council (GLAMC).  He also co-founded the Southern California Math Teacher Specialist Network, a group that includes over 170 math teacher specialists from…

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