Mathematics and Neuroscience: Belonging Through Success

As a math teacher, I often hear students complain that I expect them to remember something from a past course; likewise, I have heard teachers comment that students forget material very readily. This session is intended to help teachers understand how we learn - how memory and learning are interconnected - and how to use current research from cognitive psychology and neuroscience with our students to promote belonging through success. Leave with practical take-aways that you can use next class.

Target Audience

10-12 & 8-9

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Sessions

Friday 10:00 AM - 11:15 AM
Room Emerald A (Westin)
The Westin Resort & Spa, Whistler

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Presenter

  • Phi Stringer

    Phil has been a Research Chair at Crofton House School with an interest in applying recent advances in cognitive science into the (mathematics) classroom. He has been a classroom math teacher for the past 25 years in British Columbia.