July 28, 2021
The term “unfinished learning” was bounced around a lot during the pandemic. Students were forced into remote learning situations. They had less time with teachers in-person, they were in challenging classroom situations with social distancing protocols, and educators had to make hard decisions on what to cut out of the curriculum. The question remains as we enter the new school year – what learning remains unfinished? And, if we flip that term, how would we define “finished learning”?
We invite you to join Tim Hudson, PhD to dive into topics around sense-making, exploration, and the role technology can play in further engaging and supporting the success of your students this year in mathematics.
Tell us a little about yourself to view this exclusive content.