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Friday, March 29 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Making Space For -- And Making Use Of -- Student Language Within Math Performance Assessment

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Though we know mathematics content learning and language learning happen together, we don’t always know how to leverage the language students produce as a resource for all students. In this workshop, we explore routines for generating and using student language in collaborative sense-making during mathematics activities. We will focus on routines designed to give students a purpose in attending to -- and making use of -- the language and ideas of their peers. The routines are grounded in four design principles for mathematics curriculum developed by SCALE and Understanding Language at Stanford University in collaboration with Illustrative Mathematics, and extended by Envision Learning Partners. You will have an opportunity to adapt a math task -- or an interdisciplinary task -- to try with your own students; if this sounds like fun, bring a task to share with colleagues and we'll adapt it together.

Moderators
JM

Jim Malamut

Envision Learning Partners

Speakers
MJ

Marjorie Johnson

Vice Principal, Impact Academy of Arts & Technology, Hayward, CA
VD

Vinci Daro

Envision Learning Partners


Friday March 29, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
HTE 108

Attendees (13)