|Presented by:||Dave Martin|
|March 5, 2020 | 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM|
|Location:||St. Paul Regional High School Room 220|
|4701 - 44 Street, St. Paul, AB|
Let x be the number of classes in a semester, y be the complexity of the classroom, and z be your sanity. How does one maximize z while addressing the constant increase of y and the limited number of x? Dave Martin will share his success story of how he challenged many traditional practices of teaching high school math which resulted in more students with deeper understanding of essential concepts. Rooted in research, come and learn how to implement high effective teaching strategies while at the same time addressing "redos, rewrites, and retests". The series will focus on possible ways to start your own journey towards an "Outcome Based" classroom which can truly challenge the comforted and comfort the challenged.
This learning opportunity is being offered through a grant from Alberta Education.
Dave Martin has a Master of Mathematics, a Bachelor's degree in Education, and most importantly a Love for Learning. Throughout his career, he has challenged many traditional educational practices such as homework, tests, and even grading. Currently as a Division Math/Science Lead Teacher, Dave has the opportunity to learn with teachers, and students, from Pre K - Grade 12. You will find Dave tinkering with code, playing with mathematics, or counting by prime numbers.
Registration Deadline: March 02, 2020
Registration Fee: $150.00
Registration includes a continental breakfast and lunch.