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Leveraging Culturally Responsive Teaching: Helping Students Become the Leaders of Their Own Learning

Free Event! With author, Zaretta Hammond, Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain.

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Webinar: Assisting Struggling Students with Mathematics

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).

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