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Friday, March 1 • 9:40am - 10:25am
Mission: Impossible? The Art of Engaging Activities

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This is an activity I have used in multiple grade levels on various math topics. The activity is titled "Mision:Impossible".  You will participate in a multi-stage activity that facilitates collaboration, problem solving, perseverance, and mathematical reasoning.   Will your group prevail and show Mission: ACCOMPLISHED? Come check it out!    After getting a chance to experience the math, you will understand the back-planning that went into it and how to go from Common Core prioirty standards to question creation.  Lastly, an opportunity to ask  one-on-one questions and answers as well as troubleshooting / brainstorming.  Have you wondered how to take an activity and make it applicable to any math topic, any grade level? Come check this session out and turn the impossible into reality!

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Aaron Anderson

6th Grade Math Teacher, Truman Middle School
I have been a middle school math teacher for going on 9 years.  Beginning in a 7th grade classroom and jumping up and down from 6th to 8th, then 7th, and back to 6th, I became familiar with the progression of standards and the needs of my students.  Working in 2 underperforming... Read More →


Friday March 1, 2019 9:40am - 10:25am
Sweeney C
  • MATH STANDARDS & PRACTICES 6th - 8th grade common core state standards
  • WHAT WILL ATTENDEES GAIN? As a former attendee and one of many math conferences, I always felt I was given projects that worked for one activity, but ONLY that one activity.
  • BEYOND "STAND & DELIVER" Opportunity to experience it from the student perspective.
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