Making Math Problems Problematic: Recording Now Available!

Catapult Learning Monthly Webinars

Making Math Problems ProblematicOur monthly webinars are free to attend and full of rich content. December’s topic was Making Math Problems Problematic

This month we explored the need for students to engage with more rigorous, abstract, and unpredictable problems. Download the recording and learn how to make this part of your math instruction!

In this session, Diane Rymer, National Director of Professional Development for Catapult Learning:

  • Examined the limitations of most textbook and workbook math problems
  • Offered strategies for altering existing materials in ways that increase both academic rigor and student engagement
  • Discussed how to meet the expectations set by the Common Core State Standards

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Diane Rymer -Catapult learningDiane Rymer is our Director of Professional Development and is responsible for the overall development and implementation for all of our professional development programs. Diane brings a wealth of professional development experience, including Supervisor of Professional Development at Baltimore County Public Schools and Assistant Director of Professional Development at Maryland Public Television. Diane earned her Master’s of Science/Technology for Educators from John Hopkins University and her Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Loyola University, Maryland.

John Fergus

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