You're invited to Family Math Game Night
You are cordially invited to attend New Tech Collinwood's Family Math Game Night on Wednesday, December 19, 2018 from 3:00-5:00pm. The event will be held in the multi-purpose room.
Family Math Game Night will promote interest and mastery math, as well as, aid in building strong family-school partnerships. Students and families will participate in fun and educational math games that will reinforce what is taught in the class room. This event will highlight our school math curriculum and standards. Parents will have an opportunity to learn first-hand more about the school’s current math curriculum and how they can be of support to their child throughout this learning process.
Families will participate in games that will focus on multi-step equations. Math standard a.rei.1 explains Explain each step in solving a simple equation as following from the equality of numbers asserted at the previous step, starting from the assumption that the original equation has a solution. Construct a viable argument to justify a solution method.
We will also solve “real world: math problems, practice linear equations and complete math riddles. Families will also learn math techniques that can be used during out-of-school time to help scholars improve their overall math understanding.
This is a family friendly event and open to all families in the Collinwood community! Follow us on Instagram @NewTechCollinwood for event updates and school information!
We look forward to learning with you!
At New Tech Collinwood, students have access to the latest technology for every lesson, every day. Students develop 21st Century skills while conducting research, collaborating with classmates, sharing ideas and completing projects. New Tech Collinwood's approach to preparing you for work and college is a model that has proven to help students learn who they are and how they can be successful in school and in life through: integrated classes that show you how to use knowledge from different content areas to solve complex real-world problems. a foundation of trust, respect and responsibility. a class code of conduct developed by you and your classmates. a culture of collaboration where students hold themselves and each other accountable for success. a sense of ownership on the part of each student for setting, and meeting, high expectations throughout the high school experience.