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Wednesday, March 1 • 8:30am - 11:00am
But That Won’t Work in MY Room: SBL in STEM & ELA

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“But that doesn’t work in math…” “That won’t work in my class…” Yes it will. Yes it can. Standards Based Learning can and does foster positive learning in both STEM and non-STEM (Flower) classrooms. This presentation highlights comparisons & contrasts between both kinds of classrooms and shares specific ways to manifest the SBL principles in both content areas. A culture rich in the growth mindset, “failing forward,” and internalizing meaningful feedback permeates all SBL classrooms, while the “nuts and bolts” of how this culture manifests in each type of classroom varies. Collective philosophies, differentiated implementation, and authentic examples are interlaced throughout the presentation to make it clear to participants that SBL does, in fact, work in their classrooms.

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Megan Moran

With 13 years experience teaching high school mathematics in a diverse suburb of Chicago, Megan Moran has discovered that incorporating practices including one-to-one iPad integration, the flipped classroom model, and Standards Based Learning have the most positive impact on student learning. Integrating SBL with technology has been filled with successes. Vowing to teach with a growth mindset, Megan shares her experiences with other educators... Read More →


Wednesday March 1, 2017 8:30am - 11:00am
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