Jamie Vescio

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Jamie Vescio is a doctoral student in the Department of Teaching and Learning, specializing in Learning and Design. She has taught in a variety of settings, including middle school French at a creative and performing arts school, kindergarten mathematics within a dual-language French immersion classroom, and high school English through the Fulbright Program in France. As both a former student and eventual educator within arts-integrated K-12 spaces, Jamie now explores the role of creativity and play-based learning in expanding opportunities for participation, learning, and joy within primary mathematics classrooms.

Jamie Vescio.

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Nov 01, 2023 07:06 PM EDT

Classroom Conversations: Listening to Students: The Power of Pattern Block Play (Open to All)

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