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John Woodward

Part 2: What Does Math Problem Solving that Connects Students to the Future of Work Look Like?

Presented by John Woodward, Ph.D.
Mar 15, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. EST

This is the second of a two part webinar that looks at problem solving and its connection to the world of work. This webinar will contain many examples of how students can engage in a variety of real world problems that vary in length and difficulty. A recent IES publication on problem solving for grades 4 to 8 will serve as a backdrop for these examples. The webinar will also emphasize statistics and probability content standards as well as relevant mathematical practices.

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