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4/20/2022, Teaching Students to Research in Mathematics

Date: 4/20/2022 Time: 3:30-4:30 Location: internet Type: Webinar


 It’s time to ditch the math classrooms of yesteryear. Rows of desks, rote memorization, and traditional assessments are out–problem-based instruction and problem-based learning is in! Consider upgrading your assessment strategies with a math research assessment. In this session, we will explore what a math research assessment is, how to introduce it to your students, their impact on academic content knowledge, and guiding students through this process.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Encourage students to develop mathematical curiosity and use inductive and deductive reasoning when solving problems.
  2. As an educator, become confident in using mathematics to analyse and solve problems both in school and in real-life situations.
  3. Help students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to complete mathematics successfully and pursue further studies in mathematics
  4. Incorporate ELA content and instructional strategies into mathematics.


Victoria Thompson M.S., STEM Integration Instructional Coach

Victoria Thompson is a STEM Integration Transformation Coach at Technology Access Foundation–a nonprofit leader redefining STEM education in public schools–a consultant for Ignite EdTech, and a learning specialist for NCCE. She has been in education for five years and began her journey teaching fifth and sixth-grade math and science in Summerville, SC. After completing her master’s degree in curriculum and instruction she moved to the Seattle, WA area in 2018, where her career has pivoted to focusing on STEM integration in schools, K-12 mathematics instruction with research on decolonizing mathematics curriculum for teachers and learners, creating inclusive math environments, and using technology to bridge equity gaps in math education. She has presented at ISTE, ImpactEducation, CUE, and DigCitSummit on topics such as creating inclusive math classrooms, culturally responsive STEM education, and equity in educational technology. 


Email Sue Wright at the SETC office

Clock hours for this webinar and others in this series are available from ESD105 for a small fee. The following Professional Development Enroller link provides more information about clock hours: