#UTedChat Questions for 10/4 – Personalized Math Learning​ w/ #StuVoice

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This week we have Cory Henwood (@CoryHenwood) the new Digital Teaching and Learning Specialist for Iron County School District and former secondary math teacher and Principal leading the discussion on Personalized Math Learning with Student Voice. This should be a great chat so please come prepared to share your ideas on Math Learning as well as your ideas for more Student Voice. If you haven’t already followed Cory via Twitter (@CoryHenwood) you should probably do so because it will help you to better follow the chat. 

As always, please be sure to include #UTedChat in your responses so everyone participating can see your thoughts and ideas.

Q1: How can we make mathematics more meaningful for students?

Q2: What tools and strategies help students make learning self-directed and self-paced?

Q3: What tools help students to model with and engage in mathematics?

Q4: How do you empower students’ voices in technology?

Q5: What math apps and tools would you offer to elementary teachers?

Q6: How can you encourage collaboration without having one student take over?

Cory Henwood is a District Digital Teaching and Learning Specialist for Iron County School District and former Principal, Consultant for publishers and EdTech companies, Math Coach and Math Department Chair for a high school in California. He has presented at NCTM, UCTM, CMC, and other math councils as well as CUE and other tech conferences. He is a proud Canadian and Dad to four little ones, 5 and under.

You can follow Cory via Twitter at @CoryHenwood.

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Cody Plumhof

Cody is the web developer, Communications Coordinator and media production center director for the Washington County School District. He has served on the UCET Board since 2012 as the WCSD representative and web developer for the organization.

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