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  • Summit Elementary School
  • Butler, PA
  • More than a third of students from low‑income households

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By attending the conference, my principal, peer teacher, and myself will be provided wonderful opportunities that facilitate computational thinking and growth in the area of mathematics. We plan to attend different workshops, therefore, providing a cohesive approach, and upon return, we will lead sessions/share information with other staff. Due to our recent Institute for Learning Math Curriculum training, we are eager to attain more knowledge on how to continue building and growing students into a deeper understanding of math. This conference will provide an opportunity for educators to view how other states use best practices for teaching math. We want to connect this with career goals and growth-mindset to foster student initiative at a young age. Attending this conference will help me include more strategies for real-world application based problems to solve. Children need the opportunity to work as a team to identify a problem, brainstorm multiple ideas/strategies on how to come up with a solution, and test/solve the problem. I have begun to include many of these "real-world" situations into my math lessons and would love the opportunity to learn more ways to encourage my students to think through a problem in multiple paths. Children can learn to solve a problem, but many are challenged on how to apply their knowledge in life situations and create their own solution map.

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By attending the conference, my principal, peer teacher, and myself will be provided wonderful opportunities that facilitate computational thinking and growth in the area of mathematics. We plan to attend different workshops, therefore, providing a cohesive approach, and upon return, we will lead sessions/share information with other staff. Due to our recent Institute for Learning Math Curriculum training, we are eager to attain more knowledge on how to continue building and growing students into a deeper understanding of math. This conference will provide an opportunity for educators to view how other states use best practices for teaching math. We want to connect this with career goals and growth-mindset to foster student initiative at a young age. Attending this conference will help me include more strategies for real-world application based problems to solve. Children need the opportunity to work as a team to identify a problem, brainstorm multiple ideas/strategies on how to come up with a solution, and test/solve the problem. I have begun to include many of these "real-world" situations into my math lessons and would love the opportunity to learn more ways to encourage my students to think through a problem in multiple paths. Children can learn to solve a problem, but many are challenged on how to apply their knowledge in life situations and create their own solution map.

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