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Comprehensive Middle School Math Programs and Professional Development
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What do you do when students should have learned to subtract fractions in previous grades, but didn’t. We’ll share some ideas with you.

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How can you strategically help students work on building fraction operations skills after elementary without taking up weeks of class time?

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Are you attending NCTM Annual in San Francisco? We are! Can't wait to meet you at one of our activities.
#nctmannual #nctm #mtbos #CMATmathlinks
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Watch Live for free at this link:  http://bit.ly/cmcareavolume
Friday, November 6th at 3:30pm
Can't watch live? Then click on link to watch archived session on YouTube!

Join us live from California Mathematics Council - South’s 2015 Annual Conference #CMCS15   in sunny Palm Springs, CA - Session 451
"Making Sense of Area and Volume in Middle School Mathematics"
Presented by Shelley Kriegler
President, Center for Mathematics and Teaching

Come experience hands-on activities that give meaning to the area and volume formulas students learn in 6th-8th grade. And just for fun – we may tackle the Pythagorean Theorem, too! 
Focus is Middle School Mathematics 6th - 8th grade. #mathlinks   #CCSS  

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Watch Live for free at this link: http://bit.ly/funwithstats
Friday, November 6th at 10:30am
Can't watch live? Then click on link to watch archived session on YouTube!

Join us live from California Mathematics Council - South’s 2015 Annual Conference #CMCS15   in sunny Palm Springs, CA - Session 257
"Fun With #Statistics in #MiddleSchool "
Presented by Jennifer Hagman & Zachary Hagman
Center for Mathematics and Teaching

We will experience two engaging statistics lessons. First, we will pursue math modeling by performing a simulation that estimates the number of fish in a lake. Second, we will find and use our name scores to discuss and illustrate center and spread.
 Focus is Middle School Mathematics 6th - 8th grade. #mathlinks   #CCSS  
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