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STEPS (Secondary Teachers Enhancing Performance for Students)

STEPS will provide an opportunity for teachers to participate in activities that focus on best lessons from the mathematics classroom.  Six 25-minute sessions will be repeated four times so that a participant may attend four sessions in any order.  Participants who do not want to attend every STEPS session may enter and leave STEPS five minutes before the hour and half-hour during the breaks between sessions.  Sessions begin on every hour and half-hour.

Best Lessons from High School Mathematics Classrooms

Monday, July 21        1:00 p.m. –3:30 p.m.     Ballroom A

Best Lessons from Middle School Mathematics Classrooms

Tuesday, July 22     10:00 a.m. –12:30 a.m.        Ballroom A

Patty Hill, T. Michael Word, Austin ISD
f(relays) = collaborative learning

Jennifer Walling, Erika Pierce, Manor ISD
Gauging Student Learning: Effective Assessment in PBL

Siva Periannan, Linda Helgren, Irving ISD
Linear FUNctions

Angela Tutt, Margie Huber, Frisco ISD
Math Walkers

Stephanie Smith, Sandra Miller, Arlington ISD
Tie Fighter Take-Down

Kristin Brudigam, Lucy Metz, Lake Travis ISD
Which One Is It?

Julie Morris, Angie Ecton, Granbury ISD
Cupcake Computations Connecting Common Difference

Josh Howard, Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, LaShonda Reid, Ed.D., Cedar Hill ISD
Just Roll With It! – An Investigation of Experimental and Theoretical Probabilities

Cindy Moilan, Yvonne Daulton,
Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD
Now Showing. . . . Proportions!

Albert Esparza, Tony Castaneda, Rio Honda ISD
Peanut Predictions Through Percent and Proportions

Karrissa Norris, Courtney Ferrari, Frisco ISD
“That’s a Great Question!”… Or Is It?

Veronica Galvan, San Juana Rodriguez, Rio Hondo ISD
What Do Jelly Beans and the Pythagorean Theorem Have in Common?


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