## Engagement x Excellence, March 22 at the Science Museum of Virginia, Richmond, VA!

Thursday, March 3rd, 2016Do you find yourself wondering…how can I truly engage my students with math?

Or even just…why is there such great insecurity right now about US students mastering math?

Or questioning…how can I help my students excel and succeed in math in ways that are deeply meaningful to them?

On Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016, I’ll be speaking at a very special professional development conference for teachers, administrators, and those involved in the mathematical lives of middle and high school students.

It’s called the “E^2 (Engagement x Excellence) Symposium:

The STEAM Solution: Strategies and Research to Ignite Student Engagement and Success in Math”

Join me for my special session on How to End the Math Drama – Secrets of the Math Mastery Mindset (for educators)!

In my workshop, you will discover groundbreaking tools to build and nurture your students’ math confidence, including:

-growth mindset

-flow orientation

-mastery orientation, and more

so you can support your students to:

-shift the paradigm

-achieve true mastery

-rise to the top of their class

-and even come to experience math as a source of joy and a type of self-expression.

You will walk away with clear steps, case studies, and tools that you can immediately use to nurture a mastery approach and Mastery Mindset in your own classroom, school, or community.

Date: Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Time: 8:30 – 3:00 pm (I won’t be speaking the entire day, but my presentation is part of the day-long event)

Location: The Science Museum of Virginia, 2500 West Broad Street, Richmond

Cost: $50/participant • Limited seats available

Click here to register in advance: https://vasteam.org/professional-development/engagement-excellence/

This event will provide powerful support not only for teachers but also administrators, so it’s highly recommended that both attend! (So bring your principal, head of school, and colleagues!)

I would love to see you there!

Sending you love,

REBECCA

This sounds like such a wonderful workshop! I wish I could make it. Hopefully you can post a recap about how it went!

Thanks, Leighton! It’s great to “meet” you here! This previous blog post actually recaps part of what I’ll be presenting as part of the workshop: how to raise a math-confident daughter (or son)