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Saturday, February 22 • 10:20am - 11:35am
Thinking Classrooms and the Five Practices

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The elements of Thinking Classrooms, as described by Peter Liljedahl, and the Five Practices for Orchestrating Productive Discussion, by Margaret Schwan Smith and Mary Kay Stein, beautifully complement each other and the CPM classroom. Learn about these two approaches and how to blend them to create a learning environment that incorporates meaningful collaboration and discussion, student autonomy, and problem-solving.

Link to Materials: http://bit.ly/CPM5pTC

Speakers
avatar for Rachel Lawrence

Rachel Lawrence

Woods Charter School
I teach CPM Integrated I and AP Statistics, as well as assorted computer science courses. I use a holistic, student driven grading system, support teachers in my building in their use of instructional technology, and have a particular interest in how instructional technology intersects... Read More →


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