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Colin Graham: Approaches to Teaching Mathematics More Effectively

Colin Graham is a teacher, trainer, coach, linguist, singer, musician, composer, and arranger.  He spent 10 years as a computer programmer and statistician before retraining as a secondary mathematics teacher.  After returning from 11 years of teaching in Japan, he founded, and now moderates, #MathChat, an educational discussion that occurs twice a week on Twitter.  Colin has presented about Twitter, differentiation and mathematics at several TeachMeets, and he is particularly interested in the integration of technology, both new and old, with effective methods of teaching and learning.

Presentation: Approaches to Teaching Mathematics More Effectively

Is mathematics built up or constructed? Should mathematics be made explicit or hidden inside a cross-curricular project? Online or offline, or both? Should the curriculum be designed differently – if so how would you do it?

Date & Times:4pm-4:30pm PST, New York 7pm EST, Denver 5pm MST, 12am Sun. GMT, Paris 1am Sun. CET, Perth 8am Sun., Sydney 11am Sun., Tokyo 9am Sun. Click here for more time zones!

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Presenter’s Website: ColinTGraham.com


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