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NEA - Before, During, and After the Task

You have a task, but now what? By using the before, during, and after approach, teachers will have a structure for implementing tasks. Before refers to the time teachers spend on problems before students work on problems. During refers to the time during which students work through problems as the teachers facilitates this process. After refers to the discussion that takes place after students work on problems. Resources for finding tasks will be shared. Audience is middle school math teachers.

If you are not under contract with the Northeast Arkansas Education Cooperative or one of our 14 member districts, you will be responsible for all fees related to this workshop.  The fee for this workshop is $25.  Payment is expected the day of the training unless prior arrangements have been made.

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Credits Available:
(6) Hours
Seats Filled:
7 / 35
Contact Person:
Veronica Hebard
Audiences:  6-8, Instructional Leaders
Date Time Location
7/31/2018 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Northeast Arkansas Educational Cooperative - Northeast AR Education Cooperative - Room C