Do you want to explore how a Concept-Based Inquiry approach that enhances students' mathematical understanding and engagement? Look no further! Join us for a FREE virtual summit. This is your chance to dive deep into the world of Concept-Based Inquiry Mathematics.
*As this is an interactive event, only the keynote presentation will be recorded.
NOVEMBER 18, 6:00am UTC
with Rachel French, Kelvin Sparks, Michelle Simpson, Patrick Renouf, Andrea Uhl, and Evita Flock.
This event will provide elementary teachers with an introduction to what the research reveals about Concept-Based Inquiry Mathematics and examples from around the world of what this can look like in practice.
With videos of classroom practice and interactive lessons, this is your opportunity to experience what this mathematical thinking could look like in your classroom.
Michelle Simpson and Patrick Renouf will open their classroom doors, inviting you to observe a Concept-Based Mathematics lesson designed to support deeper conceptual understanding. After observing the lesson, you will have the opportunity to listen to a comprehensive debrief of what you’ve observed.
Take part in an interactive CBI Mathematics lesson. Engage in hands-on activities, collaborate with fellow educators, and explore innovative approaches to spark curiosity and deepen students' conceptual understanding of mathematics.
We are thrilled to offer a Q&A session with our panel of experienced CBI Mathematics educators. Ask questions, seek clarification, and gain further insights. Take advantage of this interactive session to deepen your understanding of CBI and discover how it can transform your mathematics instruction.
The summit will begin with the keynote presentation by one of the founders of the CBI Mathematics Project, Kelvin Sparks. Join Kelvin as he introduces the research every educator should know to implement Concept-Based Inquiry in mathematics education effectively. With his wealth of experience and expertise, Kelvin Sparks will share valuable insights, practical strategies, and compelling examples to inspire and empower you to incorporate CBI principles into your mathematics curriculum.
At the Concept-Based Inquiry Mathematics Summit, we are bringing together experienced, forward-thinking educators eager to embrace a Concept-Based Inquiry approach in their mathematics classroom.
The Concept-Based Inquiry Mathematics Summit is a free event exclusively for elementary teachers interested in incorporating CBI into their mathematics instruction.
Don't miss this valuable opportunity to enhance your teaching practice and empower your students with a deep conceptual understanding of mathematics.
THIS IS FOR:
ALL ELEMENTARY TEACHERS, COORDINATORS, MATH COACHES, AND SCHOOL LEADERS, TEACHERS WHO ARE PILOTING THE CBI MATHEMATICS PROJECT, AND THOSE WHO ARE INTERESTED IN FINDING OUT MORE.
*We only have 63 places left in The CBI Mathematics Pilot Program, so secure your spot today.
Learn innovative strategies to make mathematics come alive in your classroom.
Connect with experts in Concept-Based mathematics
Gain tools to foster a love for mathematics and a deeper understanding among your students.
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