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  • 26 Nov 2018 12:30 PM
    Reply # 6933165 on 6872347

    Hello, my name is Katie Clark and I'm a seventh grade science and math educator for the South Portland School Department.  I work at Mahoney Middle School and I am a first year teacher!  I chose to do this to become more informed on the different ways of teaching math as well as better ways to present information to my students.  I am very excited to be part of a group of educators with so much knowledge and information to share.  I cannot wait to learn more from all of you and grow as an educator.

  • 26 Nov 2018 6:56 PM
    Reply # 6933926 on 6872347

    Hi! My name is Jen Finnemore and I am a  Special Education Teacher at Newport Elementary School in Newport (RSU #19).  I heard about Visible Learning last year during a series of DOE Literacy Workshops with Leeann Larson which began a bit of a quest to learn as much as I can.  I believe that there is a place for visible learning in the special education field and I'm looking forward to discovering how best to implement the levels of learning in my classroom and in my field.  

  • 26 Nov 2018 7:24 PM
    Reply # 6934005 on 6872347

    Good Evening!

    My name is Alyssa Lazaro and I teach Kindergarten at HTS in West Gardiner. I am participating in this book study to gain a deeper understanding of students learning and to help them develop a love for mathematics!

  • 26 Nov 2018 8:17 PM
    Reply # 6934048 on 6872347

    My name is Lynn Wells, and I am a middle school math teacher at Vassalboro Community School. I am interested in this book talk because I want to know everything about teaching math and how students learn math. 

  • 26 Nov 2018 10:27 PM
    Reply # 6934112 on 6872347

    Hello, Everyone! My name is Kristin Lorbeski and I teach 4th grade at River View Community School in Gardiner (MSAD 11). I am looking forward to sharing ideas about Visible Learning, as well as our experiences in math instruction, with the ultimate goal of enhancing my students' learning experience.

  • 27 Nov 2018 10:39 AM
    Reply # 6934882 on 6872347

    Hello!  My name is Breanne Desmond.  I teach 6th grade math and science at Vassalboro Community School.  As this is my first year teaching math,  I am looking for as much professional development as possible, so that I may best support my students.  

  • 27 Nov 2018 7:18 PM
    Reply # 6935615 on 6872347

    Hi, I’m Sue Townsend, a 6th grade math teacher at Wiscasset Middle High School. I am interested to hear from a larger group of teachers around the state about visible learning and to learn teaching strategies that will help students become self directed learners.  

  • 06 Dec 2018 10:11 AM
    Reply # 6948368 on 6872347


    Sorry to be a little late getting on here.  My name is Tennille Moore and I teach mathematics at Mt. Desert Island High School.  Mostly I teach juniors and seniors, Algebra II and Precalculus.  I was drawn to this book study because my school is collectively reading Developing Assessment-Capable Visible Learners Grades K-12, which is written by the same authors.  I'm looking forward to reading a book that is more focused on just mathematics.  Thanks!

  • 09 Dec 2018 10:31 AM
    Reply # 6951899 on 6872347

    I am Mary Violette.  I teach the students who are identified as Gifted and Talented in Waterville.  I teach three daily math classes: fourth grade accelerated math, fifth grade accelerated math, and honors geometry for eighth graders.  I also have weekly pullouts in third grade math, as well as pullouts in ELA, social studies, and science for grades 3-8.  

    "What works to best optimize student learning" summarizes what I hope to learn through reading and reflecting on this book.  I look forward to reading the posts of other teachers because I learn so much from other teachers when they share their classroom experiences.

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