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Monday, March 25 • 4:15pm - 5:30pm
Increasing Engagement in Science and Mathematics Through Student Voice and Choice

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At the heart of personalized learning is an increase in student voice and choice in their own learning as they also strive towards proficiency as outlined in content area standards. What are the classroom instructional practices that support student choice and voice and thus also support student engagement?

In this session, science and math middle and high school teachers will share the strategies they are implementing that have supported increasing student engagement. Examples of instructional strategies shared will include digital portfolios, exhibitions, learning menus, project-based learning, performance tasks, retest and revision policies, and sharing clear expectations with students. Participants will explore resources, examples, and tools that support the instructional strategies while considering next steps for implementation in their own setting.


Laurie Greenwood

Director of Math, 6-12, Melrose Public Schools

Suzanne Troy

Melrose High School

Jared Sawyer

Math Teacher, Melrose High School

Monday March 25, 2019 4:15pm - 5:30pm EDT
Room 108/109