REGISTRATION FEE:
$195 for
one workshop; $180 each
when two or more registrations
are received at the
same time. Registration
fee includes extensive
coursebook with blacklines,
complimentary snacks,
and more. Lunch is
included where indicated.

Summer 2016 Workshops 

Workshop #259:: 
Workshop #260: 
Workshop #259: Teaching Probability for the Real World, Grades 6–10 

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTSThis workshop is designed to take the fear out of learning probability—while providing instructional strategies designed to help your students become critical consumers of everyday probability. Participants are engaged in handson activities and experiments based on realworld situations from surveys, medicine, genetics, game shows, gaming, geography, insurance, sports, weather forecasting, and more. Instructional strategies are employed that promote deep student understanding of probability concepts and skills addressed by the Common Core State Standards. The strategies support instruction of both regular and specialneeds students. No prior probability knowledge is assumed. Topics
All teachers, including those teaching developmental curricula or math education teachers, should benefit from this workshop. 

Dates: July 8, 2016 

Location: 

Facilitator: Recipient of the 2014 ICTM David has been a mathematics educator for 40+ years. He is a frequent facilitator at conferences and is a developer of mathematics curriculum materials for grades K–12. David has authored a number of math books for teachers and students, including Math for Real Kids, and Strategies for Teaching Fractions. He is coeditor of NCTM’s Cartoon Corner in Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School. 

Registration Fee:
THIS WORKSHOP INCLUDES:
There will be an opportunity to examine and purchase supplemental math materials. Bring your school Tax ID to the workshop. 

One hour of graduate level professional development credit, for an additional $65 fee paid at the workshop, available through CPDU Provider: NationalLouis University — 7 Illinois CPDUs are available for this workshop 
Workshop #260: Teaching Statistics for the Real World, Grades 6–10 

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTSThis workshop is designed to provide instructional strategies to help your students become critical consumers of everyday statistics. Participants will explore statistics in the world around them—in surveys, in school grades, in news reports, in sports, in business applications, and more! The course will focus on the entire data collection process, including the collection, organization, analysis, and graphic representation of data. Instructional strategies are employed that promote deep student understanding of statistics concepts and skills addressed by the Common Core State Standards. The strategies support instruction of both regular and specialneeds students. Topics
All teachers, including those teaching developmental curricula or math education teachers, should benefit from this workshop. 

Dates: July 9, 2016 

Location: 

Facilitator: Recipient of the 2014 ICTM David has been a mathematics educator for 40+ years. He is a frequent facilitator at conferences and is a developer of mathematics curriculum materials for grades K–12. David has authored a number of math books for teachers and students, including Math for Real Kids, and Strategies for Teaching Fractions. He is coeditor of NCTM’s Cartoon Corner in Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School. 

Registration Fee:
THIS WORKSHOP INCLUDES:
There will be an opportunity to examine and purchase supplemental math materials. Bring your school Tax ID to the workshop. 

One hour of graduate level professional development credit, for an additional $65 fee paid at the workshop, available through CPDU Provider: NationalLouis University — 7 Illinois CPDUs are available for this workshop 
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