Date of this session: Mon. July 19, 2021
Our 4-hour synchronous sessions will be held from 8:00AM-12:00PM (New York time). Not sure what time it is in your region? Check the time zone converter.
This session is designed specifically related to teaching PK-12 Math curriculum divided into five modules:
- Curriculum & Instruction: Examine student-centered pedagogical approaches and instructional practices for synchronous and asynchronous activities.
- Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Delve into teacher competencies that promote culturally responsive teaching.
- Assessment & Feedback: Share formative and summative assessment practices for F2F, online, and hybrid environments.
- Social Emotional Learning: Explore ways to mitigate and address the social and emotional needs of all learners.
- Virtual Learning: Harvest the collective knowledge of the group around best practices and resources for virtual teaching.
* This session will use both Canvas and Zoom.
Meet the presenter:
MS Math Teacher at The American School of the Hague, Netherlands
Jill Broderick is passionate about using technology to support equity, flexibility, and creativity in math. She is a “Google for Education Certified Innovator” who is striving to change the narrative of math education, having 12 years of experience teaching MS math in the US, London, Singapore, and soon The Hague! Outside the classroom, she enjoys reading, trivia, cooking, and hanging out with her sausage dog, Ispíní von Weenie.
Marla Hunter is the founder and president of Live.Love.Teach!, LLC, a global education consulting firm. She has worked with many global organizations, and presented to numerous leaders, to help create more inclusive organizations. Marla is an expert in providing training in DEI (Diversity Equity & Inclusion) with a focus on unconscious bias, cultural competence, inclusive leadership, women's advancement, authentic leadership, and allyship/co-conspiratorship/ abolitionism; EdTech; Teacher Self-care; and Math Talks. She is also an avid curriculum developer and instructional designer.
Megan is an independent consultant, partnering with schools around PK-G12 mathematics teaching & learning. Previous to her current work, Megan was an Instructional Coach in K-8 Mathematics at the American School of Dubai. Over the course of her 22 years in education, she spent 12 years in the classroom, teaching at a variety of grade levels in both ES and MS, before moving into curriculum & instruction and coaching. Previous to ASD, Megan was an adjunct faculty member at Loyola Marymount University’s Center for Math & Science Teaching, working with public schools in Los Angeles to develop teacher-leadership in elementary mathematics. Over the course of her career in the States, Megan participated on an Instructional Materials Adoption Panel (California, 2005), as well as Teachers Mathematics Advisory Panel (California, 2009-2010). She was also on the editorial panel for Teaching Children Mathematics, a journal from The National Council of Teachers, and she continues to contribute as a department editor to the new journal Mathematics Teacher: Learning & Teaching PK-12. Further, she was a part-time consultant with Math Solutions, a Marilyn Burns company before moving abroad. Megan has presented at the Annual Teacher Conference and Fall Training Institutes with ECIS, Winter Training Institute and Spring Educators Conference with NESA, as well as various other conferences both nationally and internationally.