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Friday, July 18 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Lessons Learned and Lessons Shared: An Open Discussion on Structures and Systems for Effective Math Instruction and Assessment LIMITED

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What would your students do? Have you ever listened to a great presentation full of excellent ideas but left discouraged because you couldn’t imagine them working in your classroom? This is a discussion-based session which looks at the general topics of homework and formative and summative assessment in a high school math classroom in light of 1:1 technology and Common Core. I will share how I have maximized the effectiveness of homework, assessed every students’ learning daily, and created alternative assessments for struggling students. The session will encourage feedback and discussion regarding why these ideas would or would not work in your classroom, and will allow you to play the part of your students. You will also have an opportunity to share what you have learned about these topics from the successes and failures in your own classroom.


Katie Schaffner

Math Teacher, Bishop Chatard High School
Katie Schaffner just completed her 13th year teaching.  She attended the University of Notre Dame where she majored in math and theology and then joined their masters’ program for those interested in becoming teachers, the Alliance for Catholic Education (A.C.E.).  She taught middle and high school math at a small Catholic school on the gulf coast of Mississippi with the A.C.E. Program for the two required years and then stayed for a third... Read More →

Friday July 18, 2014 1:30pm - 3:00pm

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