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Wednesday, February 28 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Maximizing Student Math Growth with Khan Academy

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Do you feel you are always trying to differentiate your math instruction but feel as though you always fall back to your basic three levels of below, on and above? The thought of differentiating instruction for every student seems overwhelming to the average educator. Come see how tools such as Khan Academy can be used to help facilitate student growth by adapting to individual student needs and levels. Finally, math differentiation for ALL students. In this session we will guide you on how to manage Khan Academy for both grade level instruction and remedial practices.

Presenters
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Joshua Halverson

Technology Coordinator, Wood Dale School District 7
Joshua is currently the Technology Coordinator for Wood Dale School District 7. Previously, he has taught 2nd Grade and 4th Grade before becoming an Instructional Coach. He holds a M.Ed. in Educational Technology from National Louis University. He is passionate about technology i... Read More →

Co-Presenters
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Ashley Garbacz

Ashley is an 8th grade math teacher. She is passionate about incorporating technology and differentiated instruction into her math class. Ashley has also been a main contributor to a new summer math intervention program within her district.
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Benjamin Haley

Product Analyst, Khan Academy
How can technology support teachers and students in the classroom? Online math exercises offer instant grading, hints, and infinite problems, but paper worksheets are still more popular in todays classrooms. Why? And how can we make the online alternatives better and easier use t... Read More →


Wednesday February 28, 2018 1:30pm - 2:30pm
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