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Thursday, March 27 • 1:15pm - 2:30pm
Rates, Ratios and Ratey the Math Cat FULL

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Math Snacks is a series of animations, games and lessons developed by New Mexico State University. The lessons are designed to provide students with clear and enggeing concept images of difficult mathematics topics and important CCSS, so they can better understand, and remember, what they learn. In this sesson, highlighting Ratey the Math Cat and the game Ratio Rumble, you’ll experience how these elements can be combined with in-class activites and written exercises, to transform a topic viewed as difficult to teach and comprehend into something real and memorable. 

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Sharon Johnson

Math Teacher, Sierra MIddle School, Las Cruces Public Schools
Sharon Johnson has been teaching for 20+ years.  She has participated in extensive professional development with Mathematically Connected Communities (MC2) and done workshops for fellow teachers.  Her experiences and her teaching have evolved based on her increased knowledge... Read More →
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Karen Trujillo

Research Faculty, New Mexico State University - Math Snacks Team
Karen Trujillo was a math teacher for 9 years, an administrator for 4 years, a professional development specialist for 12 years and a research faculty member at NMSU for 6 years. She is the director of the Alliance for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning and a Co-PI on the NSF... Read More →

Thursday March 27, 2014 1:15pm - 2:30pm MDT

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