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The Summit School Community Talk – Making Sense of Mathematics for Students Who Learn Differently
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if every student learned math concepts in a way that made sense to her or him? What would this look like? What does it mean to teach and learn mathematics for understanding? Why is this important? And, how does this work for the students who learn differently? These questions and many more will be answered and participants will experience the activities that help students make sense of mathematics. Dr. Honi Bamberger has more than 40 years experience in the field of education and has worked on more than five different research projects, Dr. Bamberger has witnessed the confidence and excitement that students bring to mathematics when they understand what they are being exposed to.
This Community Talk is one in a series – open to the public and free of charge.
WHEN: April 11; 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
WHERE: The Summit School, 664 Central Ave East, Edgewater, MD