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Thank you for your interest in MidSchoolMath! The 2017 MidSchoolMath National Conference has concluded but attendees can still find Session Handouts and Resources in the Conference Dropbox at: http://bit.ly/MidSchoolMath2017 Attendees may also want to print a copy of their personalized agenda, using this site, so they have a record of the specific sessions they attended. 

We look forward to returning to Santa Fe next year!  Save the date for March 2-3, 2018 and visit our website at http://www.midschoolmathnationalconference.com/ for updates on the Call for Presenters (late spring 2017) and Early Bird Registration specials (early fall 2017). 


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Friday, March 3 • 2:05pm - 3:20pm
Co-Teaching in the Math Classroom: Reaching ALL Learners

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Most teachers and parents would agree that shifting mathematical mindsets at the core of mathematical instruction today is a challenging feat especially given a population of diverse learners. How can students become masters of their own learning? How can we meet the needs across a wide spectrum of abilities? Introducing a co-teaching model, with one regular educator and one special educator, in the math classroom has allowed for students to experience a deeper level of learning, opportunities for immediate and effective feedback, and an environment for them to explore and express their learning in multiple ways. This workshop has theory and practice and will include visual representation of the different roles within a co-taught classroom that allow for maximum use of each teacher's skill set. We will explore some of the recent research around the topic of heterogeneous math groupings and you will be provided with an array of strategies that can be implemented immediately in your classroom.

This session is being offered twice; please make sure to sign up to attend only once! 

Presenters
avatar for Tracy Deschaine

Tracy Deschaine

Middle School Math Teacher, Orono Middle School
Tracy Deschaine has been teaching math education at the middle level for eight years. She received a B.S. in Biochemistry from the University of Maine in Orono and went on to certify in middle and high school math and science. Throughout her career she has worked extensively with... Read More →
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Danielle Pelletier

Middle School Special Education Teacher, Orono Middle School
Danielle Pelletier has spent her young teaching career in the field of middle and high school special education. She received a B.S. in Elementary Education from the University of Maine in Orono, Maine and went on to earn both a M.Ed. and CAS in Special Education from the same institution... Read More →


Friday March 3, 2017 2:05pm - 3:20pm MST
Kearny Santa Fe Community Convention Center