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Education Week offering free online summit on Teaching Math in a Pandemic

Education Week is offering a free online summit on Teaching Math in a Pandemic 1-2:30 p.m. ET Jan. 21.

Participants can ask journalists and expert guests how COVID-19 has affected achievement, instruction, assessment and engagement in math.

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Scheduled discussions include:

• What the Research Says About Math Learning Loss and the Pandemic
• Making Remote Math Tests and Quizzes Meaningful
• Teaching Math Through a Social Justice Lens
• Apps, Games, and Digital Tools: What’s Their Role in Elementary Math?
• Problem-Based Learning Success, Regardless of Class Set-Up (content provided by Amplify Math)
• Math vs Memes: ST Math Takes on Internet Math Memes (content provided by Mind Research Institute)
• Ways to Provide Feedback and Collaboration When Teaching Math Remotely (content provided by Texthelp)

Participation is via chat, with no voice or video. Participants can join as they are able and return later to review other discussions.

Register online for the Teaching Math in a Pandemic summit.

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