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Friday, March 28 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Numbers are Not Isolated Incidents FULL

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Experience a variety of engaging activities that help students see numbers in context, think outside the box, participate in cooperative learning and enjoy mathematics. Look at numbers as you never have before – and develop “mind-reading skills” as you look for patterns and relationships in such sets of numbers as the squares, cubes or Fibonacci numbers. With activities that are designed for use in and out of the classroom, this session will prepare you with many ways to show your students how enjoyment of math is all about seeing numbers in relationship to one another.


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Martha E. Hildebrandt

Assistant Professor, Chatham University
Martha Hildebrandt has a broad background as a mathematics educator. She has been a math consultant for grades K-6, a curriculum writer and department chair for grades 7-8, a mathematics teacher for grades 7-12, a college instructor, and an in-service teacher workshop facilitator... Read More →


Friday March 28, 2014 10:45am - 12:00pm
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