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Oregon Math Project: 2020-21 Review and Revision of K-12 Math Standards – High School Session

Workshop Details

Date(s): January 25, 2021
Time: 4:00-6:00PM
Place: Virtual
Presenter: Mark Freed
Audience: Administrators, instructional coaches, teachers
Capacity: 50 participants
Fees: None
  • Participants will see how the work of revising state math standards supports success for all students through access to high-quality mathematics instruction that includes connecting content expectations to application.
  • Participants will get information on Oregon's 2+1 course model for high school math. The model supports 2 credits core mathematics content with a specialized math option for the third credit.
Description: Oregon has taken on work to re-imagine math experiences and policies statewide to remove systemic educational barriers in math. The vision of the Oregon Math Project is to transform instruction by attending to student choice, agency, and belonging in mathematics so all learners experience the joy, beauty, and wonder of mathematics. The periodic review of the Oregon K-12 mathematics standards scheduled this school year, is an opportunity to focus content and align to the vision of transformed math instruction. Online feedback sessions have been set up in January and February 2021 to give participants an opportunity to learn more about the K-12 math review and revision.
Lunch: No lunch will be provided.
Prerequisites: None
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