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Welcome to the 2019 MidSchoolMath National Conference! #MidSchoolMath2019

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

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 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!

Mission: Impossible explores an activity I've developed and used in multiple grade levels on various math topics. In this session, you'll 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 priority standards to question creation. There will also be time to ask one-on-one questions and answers, followed by a troubleshooting / brainstorming discussion. 

Speakers
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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 B
  • MATH STANDARDS & PRACTICES 6th - 8th grade CCSS
  • 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.

Attendees (110)