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10th Annual Partnership Conference for Educational Renewal has ended
Please read below for important information in planning your conference experience!
SCHEDULES   
  • We are attempting to drastically reduce paper so bring an electronic device to access the Conference website and your schedule. No print copies of the schedule will be available.
 PARKING – see http://www.winthrop.edu/uploadedFiles/virtualtour/maps/ParkingMap.pdf
  • Parking will be in the Founders Lot – Letter D on the map linked above. The opening session will be held at Richardson Ballroom in the DiGiorgio Campus Center, and all conference sessions will be held in the DiGiorgio Campus Center (#16) and Owens Hall (#18)
  • Parking passes are NOT required.
EVALUATIONS & CERTIFICATES
  • Feedback links for individual sessions are provided on the Conference website by clicking “Feedback Survey” in the session details.
  • A link to an overall Conference evaluation will be emailed to participants after the Conference. Once you complete the evaluation, you will receive a code with directions to receive your certificate via email.
Many thanks to the 2019 Conference Planning Committee!  
Monday, June 10 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
4 Simple Rules for Teaching Mathematics (P-12+) LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

This "post-Common Core" era may seem confusing and overwhelming for those who teach mathematics. We're told to be more student-centered, but are expected to help students dig deeper while promoting higher-order thinking skills. Understanding must come first, but fluency is still a necessity. We distinguish between skills that are essential and those that are nice to know- but all of them may still be on The Test. Meanwhile, we're having to push ourselves to teach in ways that are different from those in our own P-12 experience, and fend off parents and others who question our work.

In this session, we'll examine policy-based approaches, research foundations, and evidence-based strategies that boil down to just four simple rules to guide our work in the mathematics classroom. Participants will leave with (a) a full understanding of what's behind the rules, (b) the ability to recite the rules and explain how they apply to their own classrooms, and (c) a mini-poster of the rules (just in case!).

Speakers
avatar for Kelly M. Costner

Kelly M. Costner

Associate Professor, Winthrop University
Dr. Kelly M. Costner is a Co-Principal Investigator for NExT LEVEL, a US Department of Education grant project focused on helping teachers further their skills in working with English Learners. He also serves as the Winthrop Faculty in Residence (WFIR) at Sugar Creek Elementary School... Read More →
avatar for Jennifer Jolly Ledbetter

Jennifer Jolly Ledbetter

5th grade teacher, Fort Mill School District
Passionate elementary educator and mentor, Winthrop University Partnership Liaison, NBCT, M.Ed. Math Curriculum and Instruction, and current Ed.D Curriculum and Instruction: Curriculum Studies Doctoral student | Follow along on Twitter @learnlaugh_lead and Instagram @learnlaughl... Read More →


Monday June 10, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
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