Jennifer is an author, educational consultant and part time instructor for The University of Hong Kong. With over 25 years’ experience in the education field, Jennifer has worked in several international schools in Hong Kong and New York. Based on her graduate studies in Educational Technology, Jennifer has designed numerous online courses that have reached thousands of educators from all over the world. Her research areas include blended learning methodologies and teaching for deep conceptual understanding.
In the international arena, she has presented numerous keynote addresses and workshops about effective eLearning practices, concept-based mathematics, and concept-based curriculum and instruction to Pre-K-12 educators. In her role as an independent consultant she supports the development of curriculum and instruction which integrates effective eLearning practices and teaching based on deep conceptual understanding.
The Beauty of Mathematics: Debunking Myths about Mathematics Learning [Student Session]
This student session will debunk some of the myths about mathematics learning and help students to understand the true nature of mathematics.
The Beauty of Mathematics: How Do We Promote Creativity in Mathematics Learning?
This highly interactive workshop will incorporate practical strategies to promote creativity with students when learning mathematics. Participants will be immersed in a social constructivist environment and walk away with resources to help their students to see the beauty of mathematics.
Engaging the Minds, Hearts and Souls of Our Students When Learning Mathematics
What will the “new normal” look like for mathematics learning after this global pandemic? This presentation will discuss the lessons learned during this challenging time and share different practical strategies to engage students both in the virtual environment and for in-person learning.