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Gilbert Aquino – Improving Math instruction Through Feedback (K-12)

Saturday 12th, 05:00pm – synchronous session

Objectives of the PD:

1) Promote effective math teaching practice through observation and feedback

2) Understand the cycle of giving feedback

3) Understand the Mathematical Quality of Instruction (MQI) Protocol for Classroom Observations.

Session Resources
Presentation Slides
COVID-resources
Session Recording
Session Calendar Entry (.ics)

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(As always, these sessions will be recorded and a link to the archived recording will be available after the presentation is complete to accommodate asynchronous attendees.)

Exhibitor Registration – Soar to Greater Heights 2016

It is hard to believe that summer is already here and that we are only five months away from our annual conference, Soar to Greater Heights, which takes place October 14-16 at NM Tech in Soccorro, NM.  Registration for attendees is slated to open August 1st so stay tuned and make sure to check back on the website and listserv for when that opens.

At present, however, we are accepting registration for exhibitors, e.g., maybe you run a STEM Camp, or a Coding Club, or some other non-profit or private company that serves NM educators.  This is a great opportunity to expose your message and your offerings to NM teachers.  To register, visit our partners over at NMSTA.  In order to make an informed decision, please review the helpful facts from previous conferences below:

2016-exhibitor-flyer

If you have any follow up questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to NMCTM.

Sincerely,

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Jonathan Haack
President, NMCTM