Sonoma County Office of Education

Supporting Rich Mathematics in Distance Learning (Grades K-1)

Rich mathematically experiences are vital in building critical thinking and creative problem-solving abilities that every student will need for college, careers and citizenry in the 21st Century. Many of us already believe this, but are finding it hard to create those experiences during distance learning.

This two-part series will introduce you to some tools and resources to support powerful math learning in both distance learning and other contexts. Teachers in these sessions will also be able to network with other teachers in their grade span and learn what is working across the county.


When Monday, November 9 and Wednesday, December 2, 2020
3:00pm - 4:30pm
Location Virtual via Zoom
Presenter Josh Deis, Math Coordinator
Cost Free
Audience Teachers in Grades K-1
Registration closes 11/06/2020
Registration Connie Anderson, (707) 524-2823, canderson@scoe.org
Questions Josh Deis, (707) 524-2973, jdeis@scoe.org

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