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Sunday, February 23 • 8:30am - 9:45am
Interactive Notebooks and the CPM Classroom

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Discover various ways to use an interactive math notebook (INB), giving students a place to record notes, learning logs, resource pages, tool kit entries, and creating a portfolio of their learning. In this session, teachers will create an abbreviated version of an INB as we model a variety of ways we have incorporated INBs into our math department. Samples of student work will be provided, as will online resources for participants.

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Peter Wiebe

Geometry & Algebra 2 Teacher, TL, South Eugene HS
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