Georgina Rivera
Speaker

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Georgina Rivera is a passionate and kind-hearted mathematics educator, coach, presenter, author and servant leader. Currently she serves as an administrator for a Pre-K through eighth grade school in Bristol, CT.  She has previously served as the Elementary STEM Supervisor for Bristol Public Schools, district wide elementary mathematics coach, and began her career as a middle school mathematics teacher.  She is a presenter at the local and national level on best practices in mathematics teaching and learning, professional learning communities, mathematics coaching, leadership, culturally relevant practices and equitable math teaching practices.  In addition to her roles, she volunteers on the NCSM board and serves as the 2nd Vice President and former Professional Learning Director.  She is also an author and her titles include Math by the Book (Grade 1), Answers to Your Biggest Questions About Teaching Elementary Math, and serves as an author on both the K-5 and 6-8 Reveal Math Series by McGraw Hill.

Georgina Rivera.

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Session

Apr 21, 2022 07:02 PM EDT

Humanizing Elementary Mathematics through Culturally Relevant Literature (Sponsored by McGraw Hill)

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