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Facilitating Feedback for Mathematical Reasoning

This one-day workshop provides educators with an opportunity to learn about strategies for sharing feedback on mathematical reasoning with students. We will consider purposes, structures, and examples of feedback on both written and oral mathematical reasoning. In this small-group collaborative workshop, participants will practice giving feedback on student work samples and access resources for continued learning. Time is intentionally included to plan for implementation in your classroom.

Although this workshop can be taken independently, it will build on the experiences of Math Support for English Learners and Facilitating Mathematical Discussions and Justification. Regular, thorough, and specific feedback is critical for multilingual learners’ success in using academic language in math. We will use the lens of the first workshop to determine how to best support English Learners with feedback on their written and oral mathematical reasoning.

WHO SHOULD ENROLL

Facilitating Feedback for Mathematical Reasoning is for K-12 educators.

Program Details

When: April 14, 2021

On the day of the event, we will meet synchronously online from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CDT, followed by asynchronous planning time in the afternoon. More details and resources will be shared after registration.

Where: Online

Course Fee: $150

This workshop is part of the Mathematical Discourse Series; save $150 when you sign up for all three!

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If you need financial assistance, please contact Math and Science Professional Learning Specialist Christina Stefonek at ckstefonek@wisc.edu.

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Contact

If you have questions about the Mathematical Discourse Series, please email Math and Science Professional Learning Specialist Christina Stefonek at ckstefonek@wisc.edu.