Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning, and Equity (SCALE) will be holding a free webinar on rubric development on Tuesday, October 3rd from 11 am-12:30 pm Pacific.
Free Event! With author, Zaretta Hammond, Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain.
Limited space, registrations will be closed when we’ve reached capacity. Check in with your building administrator before registering, and when ready please register using the link provided in this announcement.
Waitlisted: The event registration has reached capacity. If you would like to be put on the wait list, please use the registration link above.
The Northwest Mathematics Conference is one of the finest regional education conferences in North America. Each fall, the conference is sponsored by the state or provincial math teachers’ council of Oregon, Washington, or British Columbia.
The strategies communicated in this webinar will help those who provide math intervention to understand evidence-based strategies for effectiveness. Access to course pathways and STEM careers is often dependent on students’ success in Algebra I (Snipes & Finklestein, 2015). Starting as early as kindergarten, math instruction should focus on concepts and skills that will prepare students for success in algebra, with a particular focus on whole numbers and rational numbers in grades 4-8 (National Mathematics Advisory Panel, 2008).
This year’s program is filled with opportunities to support, enhance and celebrate STEM education for Oregon students K-12.
At the foundation, we have offerings for our elementary colleagues to develop children’s science identities and curiosity about the world around them, setting the stage for advanced science and engineering learning in middle school and beyond.