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Saturday, February 22 • 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Productively Struggling with Review & Preview

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What is the purpose of the Review & Preview? Are students not taking this purpose seriously? An interactive discussion how educators placing emphasis on the value of homework is changing student's outcomes. Take away strategies that will help students value "correcting for learning" through quick and meaningful feedback.

Speakers
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Michelle Gerend

CC1- 6th grade math, Wrightstown Community School District
I have been teaching math at the middle school for 23 years. CPM ( CC1) for past 5 years. Prior years taught 8th grade, 7th grade, Response to Intervention (RtI). In our presentation my colleague Jodi Schaaf (CCA, CCG and CCA2) and I will talk about how our changed view with review... Read More →
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Jodi Schaaf

HS Math, Wrightstown Community SD
I have been teaching math at the high school level for 24 years. I have taught CCA, CCG, and CCA2 for the last five years. I’m co-presenting with Michelle Gerend about how our practice has changed which is leading to student homework success.



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