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Global Math Department Podcast

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The Global Math Department is a group of math educators sharing what they’ve learned. Professional development among colleagues who are also friends. Fun, immediately useful and interesting! We host a webinar each Tuesday evening at 9pm ET and post a podcasts of the presentations here. For more information or full video recordings, visit bigmarker.com/globalmathdept.

Latest Episodes

Meeting Students’ Mathematical and Learning Needs (Part 2)

Meeting Students' Mathematical and Learning Needs (Part 2) Note: This is part 1 of the podcast for this episode. Presented by: Andrew Rodriguez All students deserve a classroom where their learning needs do not hinder their access to the mathematics. Come learn about strategies that you can use to support your students while not sacrificing rigor. I will also discuss issues related to special education -- accommodations vs. modifications in IEPs, co-teaching vs. self-contained classes, etc. -- and how they intersect with the mathematics classroom. Hosted by: Jessica Bogie Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Meeting-Students-Mathematical-and-Learning-Needs Sign up for the Global Math Department Newsletter athttp://globalmathdepartment.org Presented on March 12, 2019

32 MIN2019 MAR 20
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Meeting Students’ Mathematical and Learning Needs (Part 2)

Meeting Students’ Mathematical and Learning Needs (Part 1)

Meeting Students' Mathematical and Learning Needs (Part 1) Note: This is part 1 of the podcast for this episode. Presented by: Andrew Rodriguez All students deserve a classroom where their learning needs do not hinder their access to the mathematics. Come learn about strategies that you can use to support your students while not sacrificing rigor. I will also discuss issues related to special education -- accommodations vs. modifications in IEPs, co-teaching vs. self-contained classes, etc. -- and how they intersect with the mathematics classroom. Hosted by: Jessica Bogie Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Meeting-Students-Mathematical-and-Learning-Needs Sign up for the Global Math Department Newsletter athttp://globalmathdepartment.org Presented on March 12, 2019

29 MIN2019 MAR 20
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Meeting Students’ Mathematical and Learning Needs (Part 1)

Changing the Whole: Exploring Number Relationships Through Shapes

Changing the Whole: Exploring Number Relationships Through Shapes Presented by: Molly Rawding Students benefit from hands-on tasks exploring number, area, and fractional relationships when the value of the whole changes. We’ll explore different ways to provide opportunities for students to make connections and develop number sense. Hosted by: Leigh Nataro Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Changing-the-Whole-Exploring-Number-Relationships-Through-Shapes Sign up for the Global Math Department Newsletter athttp://globalmathdepartment.org Presented on March 5, 2019

57 MIN2019 MAR 20
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Changing the Whole: Exploring Number Relationships Through Shapes

Foster Student Engagement and Exploration with Interactive Simulations

Foster student engagement and exploration with interactive simulations Presented by: Amanda McGarry PhET simulations are free interactive simulations that provide students an open-ended space to play with and explore mathematical concepts from place value to calculus. Teachers can guide students toward specific learning goals by combining simulation exploration with a guided activity and facilitating student discussions. Learn how to design and facilitate sim-based lessons that engage your students and encourage conceptual understanding. This session will focus primarily on pre-algebra and algebra topics, but will be useful for any teachers new to PhET. Hosted by: Sheila Orr Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Foster-Student-Engagement-and-Exploration-with-Interactive-Simulations Sign up for the Global Math Department Newsletter athttp://globalmathdepartment.org Presented on February 26, 2019

50 MIN2019 MAR 20
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Foster Student Engagement and Exploration with Interactive Simulations

How I Humanize the Math Classroom

How I Humanize the Math Classroom Presented by: Howie Hua The math classroom can easily be turned into a class where students wish they were robots: just memorize formulas, theorems, and definitions, and “plug and chug.” How do we bring back the human aspect of math? How do we show that we value our students’ voices? In this session, I will share many pedagogical strategies that you can start using in your classroom next week that humanize your math classroom, making your students feel that they are more than their ID number. Hosted by: Paula Torres Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/How-I-Humanize-the-Math-Classroom Sign up for the Global Math Department Newsletter athttp://globalmathdepartment.org Presented on February 19, 2019

63 MIN2019 MAR 20
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How I Humanize the Math Classroom

Rethinking Math Homework

Rethinking Math Homework Presented by: Frank Wapole and Evan Borkowski Do you have 100% of your students completing your homework? Are students in your classes routinely using your homework assignments as learning tools? Yes? Then this session is not for you!!! This session is designed to challenge your views on HW, and help you utilize research based HW strategies. Hosted by: Leigh Nataro Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Rethinking-Math-Homework Sign up for the Global Math Department Newsletter athttp://globalmathdepartment.org Presented on February 12, 2019

57 MIN2019 FEB 18
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Rethinking Math Homework

Learning Math in a Digital Environment

Learning Math in a Digital Environment Presented by:Cal Armstrong Learning mathematics for students requires a lot of diverse materials : notes, pictures, graphs, interactives, worksheets, equations, feedback, review materials. How do they have a workflow that works for all these different media; how do they collect, manage and cope while at the same time meeting with accessibility & language needs? And how do teachers manage to deal with all of that along with the need to do assessments, give feedback, observe, reflect and just "teach"? We'll go through how #digitalink & OneNote have made all of this manageable and has in fact increased learning time in the classroom while adapting to the desire to engage in discussions, #vnps, student voice/choice, visualization and other common practices of the modern classroom. Hosted by: Leigh Nataro Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Learning-Math-in-a-Digital-Environment Sign up for the Global Math D...

61 MIN2019 FEB 18
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Learning Math in a Digital Environment

Fostering the Equitable Math Talk Community Part 2

Fostering the Equitable Math Talk Community Part 2 Presented by: Shannon Kiebler Engaging students in math discourse is reliant upon a strong math community. How can we empower students and defeat helplessness in efforts to reach higher levels of math discourse? Come explore simple, yet transformative ideas to better your community and therefore better the discourse. Note: The file size for this session was too big and was split into two parts. This is part 2. Hosted by:Leigh Nataro Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Fostering-the-Equitable-Math-Talk-Community Sign up for the Global Math Department Newsletter athttp://globalmathdepartment.org Presented on January 15, 2019

29 MIN2019 JAN 21
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Fostering the Equitable Math Talk Community Part 2

Fostering the Equitable Math Talk Community Part 1

Fostering the Equitable Math Talk Community Part 1 Presented by: Shannon Kiebler Engaging students in math discourse is reliant upon a strong math community. How can we empower students and defeat helplessness in efforts to reach higher levels of math discourse? Come explore simple, yet transformative ideas to better your community and therefore better the discourse. Note: The file size for this session was too big and was split into two parts. This is part 1. Hosted by:Leigh Nataro Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Fostering-the-Equitable-Math-Talk-Community Sign up for the Global Math Department Newsletter athttp://globalmathdepartment.org Presented on January 15, 2019

31 MIN2019 JAN 21
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Fostering the Equitable Math Talk Community Part 1

True Talk with the Gurus of Open Up Resources 6-8 Math (Part 2)

True Talk with the Gurus of Open Up Resources 6-8 Math Part 2 Presented by: Sara Vaughn, Martin Joyce, Morgan Stipe and Jen Arberg Implementing a new curriculum is never easy – especially when it involves completely changing your teaching methods and philosophy. Each of these “Gurus” experienced such change when they adopted the problem based Open Up Resources 6–8 Math Curriculum. Learn from their classroom and district successes and challenges and get a glimpse of what makes a problem based curriculum engaging and challenging for all learners including Students with Disabilities and English Language Learners. Join Sara Vaughn (@Vaughn_trapped), Martin Joyce (@martinsean), Morgan Stipe(@mrsstipemath), and Jen Arberg (@jenarberg) and leave with ready to use instructional strategies you can implement in your classroom tomorrow using this free and open curriculum. NOTE: The file size for this webinar was too large. This is part 2 of the webinar. Hosted by:Leigh Nataro Note: Watch t...

29 MIN2019 JAN 12
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True Talk with the Gurus of Open Up Resources 6-8 Math (Part 2)

Latest Episodes

Meeting Students’ Mathematical and Learning Needs (Part 2)

Meeting Students' Mathematical and Learning Needs (Part 2) Note: This is part 1 of the podcast for this episode. Presented by: Andrew Rodriguez All students deserve a classroom where their learning needs do not hinder their access to the mathematics. Come learn about strategies that you can use to support your students while not sacrificing rigor. I will also discuss issues related to special education -- accommodations vs. modifications in IEPs, co-teaching vs. self-contained classes, etc. -- and how they intersect with the mathematics classroom. Hosted by: Jessica Bogie Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Meeting-Students-Mathematical-and-Learning-Needs Sign up for the Global Math Department Newsletter athttp://globalmathdepartment.org Presented on March 12, 2019

32 MIN2019 MAR 20
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Meeting Students’ Mathematical and Learning Needs (Part 2)

Meeting Students’ Mathematical and Learning Needs (Part 1)

Meeting Students' Mathematical and Learning Needs (Part 1) Note: This is part 1 of the podcast for this episode. Presented by: Andrew Rodriguez All students deserve a classroom where their learning needs do not hinder their access to the mathematics. Come learn about strategies that you can use to support your students while not sacrificing rigor. I will also discuss issues related to special education -- accommodations vs. modifications in IEPs, co-teaching vs. self-contained classes, etc. -- and how they intersect with the mathematics classroom. Hosted by: Jessica Bogie Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Meeting-Students-Mathematical-and-Learning-Needs Sign up for the Global Math Department Newsletter athttp://globalmathdepartment.org Presented on March 12, 2019

29 MIN2019 MAR 20
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Meeting Students’ Mathematical and Learning Needs (Part 1)

Changing the Whole: Exploring Number Relationships Through Shapes

Changing the Whole: Exploring Number Relationships Through Shapes Presented by: Molly Rawding Students benefit from hands-on tasks exploring number, area, and fractional relationships when the value of the whole changes. We’ll explore different ways to provide opportunities for students to make connections and develop number sense. Hosted by: Leigh Nataro Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Changing-the-Whole-Exploring-Number-Relationships-Through-Shapes Sign up for the Global Math Department Newsletter athttp://globalmathdepartment.org Presented on March 5, 2019

57 MIN2019 MAR 20
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Changing the Whole: Exploring Number Relationships Through Shapes

Foster Student Engagement and Exploration with Interactive Simulations

Foster student engagement and exploration with interactive simulations Presented by: Amanda McGarry PhET simulations are free interactive simulations that provide students an open-ended space to play with and explore mathematical concepts from place value to calculus. Teachers can guide students toward specific learning goals by combining simulation exploration with a guided activity and facilitating student discussions. Learn how to design and facilitate sim-based lessons that engage your students and encourage conceptual understanding. This session will focus primarily on pre-algebra and algebra topics, but will be useful for any teachers new to PhET. Hosted by: Sheila Orr Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Foster-Student-Engagement-and-Exploration-with-Interactive-Simulations Sign up for the Global Math Department Newsletter athttp://globalmathdepartment.org Presented on February 26, 2019

50 MIN2019 MAR 20
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Foster Student Engagement and Exploration with Interactive Simulations

How I Humanize the Math Classroom

How I Humanize the Math Classroom Presented by: Howie Hua The math classroom can easily be turned into a class where students wish they were robots: just memorize formulas, theorems, and definitions, and “plug and chug.” How do we bring back the human aspect of math? How do we show that we value our students’ voices? In this session, I will share many pedagogical strategies that you can start using in your classroom next week that humanize your math classroom, making your students feel that they are more than their ID number. Hosted by: Paula Torres Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/How-I-Humanize-the-Math-Classroom Sign up for the Global Math Department Newsletter athttp://globalmathdepartment.org Presented on February 19, 2019

63 MIN2019 MAR 20
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How I Humanize the Math Classroom

Rethinking Math Homework

Rethinking Math Homework Presented by: Frank Wapole and Evan Borkowski Do you have 100% of your students completing your homework? Are students in your classes routinely using your homework assignments as learning tools? Yes? Then this session is not for you!!! This session is designed to challenge your views on HW, and help you utilize research based HW strategies. Hosted by: Leigh Nataro Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Rethinking-Math-Homework Sign up for the Global Math Department Newsletter athttp://globalmathdepartment.org Presented on February 12, 2019

57 MIN2019 FEB 18
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Rethinking Math Homework

Learning Math in a Digital Environment

Learning Math in a Digital Environment Presented by:Cal Armstrong Learning mathematics for students requires a lot of diverse materials : notes, pictures, graphs, interactives, worksheets, equations, feedback, review materials. How do they have a workflow that works for all these different media; how do they collect, manage and cope while at the same time meeting with accessibility & language needs? And how do teachers manage to deal with all of that along with the need to do assessments, give feedback, observe, reflect and just "teach"? We'll go through how #digitalink & OneNote have made all of this manageable and has in fact increased learning time in the classroom while adapting to the desire to engage in discussions, #vnps, student voice/choice, visualization and other common practices of the modern classroom. Hosted by: Leigh Nataro Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Learning-Math-in-a-Digital-Environment Sign up for the Global Math D...

61 MIN2019 FEB 18
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Learning Math in a Digital Environment

Fostering the Equitable Math Talk Community Part 2

Fostering the Equitable Math Talk Community Part 2 Presented by: Shannon Kiebler Engaging students in math discourse is reliant upon a strong math community. How can we empower students and defeat helplessness in efforts to reach higher levels of math discourse? Come explore simple, yet transformative ideas to better your community and therefore better the discourse. Note: The file size for this session was too big and was split into two parts. This is part 2. Hosted by:Leigh Nataro Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Fostering-the-Equitable-Math-Talk-Community Sign up for the Global Math Department Newsletter athttp://globalmathdepartment.org Presented on January 15, 2019

29 MIN2019 JAN 21
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Fostering the Equitable Math Talk Community Part 2

Fostering the Equitable Math Talk Community Part 1

Fostering the Equitable Math Talk Community Part 1 Presented by: Shannon Kiebler Engaging students in math discourse is reliant upon a strong math community. How can we empower students and defeat helplessness in efforts to reach higher levels of math discourse? Come explore simple, yet transformative ideas to better your community and therefore better the discourse. Note: The file size for this session was too big and was split into two parts. This is part 1. Hosted by:Leigh Nataro Note: Watch the full presentation at:https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Fostering-the-Equitable-Math-Talk-Community Sign up for the Global Math Department Newsletter athttp://globalmathdepartment.org Presented on January 15, 2019

31 MIN2019 JAN 21
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Fostering the Equitable Math Talk Community Part 1

True Talk with the Gurus of Open Up Resources 6-8 Math (Part 2)

True Talk with the Gurus of Open Up Resources 6-8 Math Part 2 Presented by: Sara Vaughn, Martin Joyce, Morgan Stipe and Jen Arberg Implementing a new curriculum is never easy – especially when it involves completely changing your teaching methods and philosophy. Each of these “Gurus” experienced such change when they adopted the problem based Open Up Resources 6–8 Math Curriculum. Learn from their classroom and district successes and challenges and get a glimpse of what makes a problem based curriculum engaging and challenging for all learners including Students with Disabilities and English Language Learners. Join Sara Vaughn (@Vaughn_trapped), Martin Joyce (@martinsean), Morgan Stipe(@mrsstipemath), and Jen Arberg (@jenarberg) and leave with ready to use instructional strategies you can implement in your classroom tomorrow using this free and open curriculum. NOTE: The file size for this webinar was too large. This is part 2 of the webinar. Hosted by:Leigh Nataro Note: Watch t...

29 MIN2019 JAN 12
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True Talk with the Gurus of Open Up Resources 6-8 Math (Part 2)
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