Join us for a webinar to better understand enhanced discourse in the elementary math classroom.
This presentation from math coach and McGraw-Hill My Math and Glencoe Math author Robyn Silbey will discuss how to help students persevere with problem solving in mathematics using collaborative conversation.
Robyn Silbey taught for 36 years as a teacher and math coach in the Montgomery County, Maryland Public Schools. She writes the Coaches Corner column for Teaching Children Mathematics, the NCTM Elementary Journal. Currently, Robyn collaborates with districts and schools around the country motivating educators and students on the value and power of mathematics.
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