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  • Exhibitor Bingo: Click on the Exhibitors page in Sched and do a little shopping! Download a copy of this BINGO CARD and find all the answers in the about section of many exhibitors. Email (or share) your completed Bingo card to vpexhibits@getca.com. Prizes include a $500 gift card to the Fairmont Hotels, and ten $100 gift cards to Chapters, Amazon, and other great places.
  • Check out the Morgex Insurance profile on the Sponsors page for your chance to win 1 of 5 Home Office Prizes worth $5,000 each!
  • Morgex is also offering a draw of ten $500 gift certificates for teachers who complete the post-event survey. Keep your eyes peeled for the link in the session windows!

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Friday, February 26 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Engage All Students With Math Warm-Ups

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Teachers can use Math Warm-Ups to engage their students in mathematics the second they enter the classroom. Warm-Ups provide a space for all students to be successful and encourage mathematical discussion. The open-ended nature of Math Warm-Ups allow teachers to gain insights into student thinking and understanding. Math Warm-Ups can be used to spiral curriculum and review concepts. Participants will experience a variety of different Math Warm-Ups and will leave with resources.

Speakers
avatar for Alexandra Candler

Alexandra Candler

Math, Elk Island Public Schools
Alexandra Candler is a teacher in Elk Island Public Schools and has a Masters Degree in Education. She has experience teaching and working with children in Early Childhood, Division I, II and III. Alexandra is interested in creating learning environments that support students in developing... Read More →


Friday February 26, 2021 10:30am - 11:30am MST
Pre-recorded Session