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Saturday, February 22 • 10:20am - 11:35am
Empowering Mathematics Intervention Students to Love Mathematics

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Are you interested in supporting your middle level intervention students in a meaningful way? This session is for you! You will delve into some collaborative problem solving tasks that are at the heart of CPM’s Inspiration & Ideas support curriculum, engage in discourse regarding the importance of building mathematical communities in your classroom, look critically at the research from the pilot year of implementation, and learn how to empower ALL students to find joy in mathematics!

Speakers
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Lisa Amick

Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education, University of Kentucky, Department of STEM Education
I taught 6th grade mathematics for 10 years in Champaign, IL and am now in my 6th year at the University of Kentucky where I teach math methods courses to pre-service teachers. I am also a CPM teacher leader and an NBCT.



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