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Welcome to the Vermont-NEA ESP Conference Site.  To register for the conference, click the "sign up" link at the top right of the screen. After you have created account, click on "Schedule" and then select "Simple".  You are then able to select your morning and afternoon session as well as your lunch choice.

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 Then you can select your sessions.  If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact Ariel Darby at  adarby@vtnea.org  or call her at 802-224-2409.

ESPs who are not Vermont-NEA members may register after March 1st.  There will be a $150 registration fee due to Vermont-NEA prior to March 29th, sent to Vermont-NEA, 10 Wheelock Street, Montpelier, VT  05602. ATTN:  ESP Conference 2015

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Friday, March 20 • 12:30pm - 3:00pm
Using Tools for Supporting Mathematical Understanding FILLING

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With the adoption of CCSS Math, many educators find themselves overwhelmed with what they believe to be "new math." This workshop is designed to help participants learn how constructing knowledge through the use of math models will lead to a deeper understanding of math concepts for students. Participants will gain both content knowledge and strategies for supporting students in the math classroom. This workshop is geared to look at concepts introduced in grades 3-6, however, these concepts are built in lower grades and retaught in upper grades. 

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Chris Farnham

Chris Farnham is a Math Interventionist/Math Coach at Barre City Elementary and Middle School. Before specializing in mathematics, Chris was a second grade teacher. She has earned her Master's degree through the Vermont Mathematics Initiative. Chris also works with the Ongoing Assessment Project (OGAP) facilitating professional development nationally.


Friday March 20, 2015 12:30pm - 3:00pm
Northstar I

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