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Shelby Aaberg

Math Department Chair

Scottsbluff Public Schools Foundation

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Scottsbluff Public Schools Foundation

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Founded in 1988, the Scottsbluff Public Schools Foundation was established for the purpose of raising funds for the support and improvement of educational programs provided by Scottsbluff Public Schools. The Scottsbluff Public Schools Foundation is a non-profi...more

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President Names Central Academy's Brian Reece Recipient of PAEMST Award - Des Moines Public Schools

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Shelby Aaberg, Scottsbluff High School


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Shelby Aaberg
saaberg@sbps.net


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2015 NEBRASKA TEACHER OF THE YEAR, Shelby Aaberg, Scottsbluff High School
2015 NEBRASK MIDDLE LEVEL EDUCATOR OF EXCELLENCE, Dave Griess, Bluffs Middle School


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• Do talk to teens and teachers about what's being taught in math class: Flipping the negative narrative about math class can go a long way - both parents and students will feel more confident about what's going on in class, says Shelby Aaberg, a math teacher at Scottsbluff High School in Nebraska and a recipient of the 2013 Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching.
He suggests parents regularly have meaningful conversations with their child about what's going on in math class. Keeping in touch with the teacher can help parents stay up to date on classroom activities - perhaps the student worked on a problem to determine the arc length of a circle, for example, he says, and that could be something to talk about. And a parent doesn't have to be an expert on math to have these conversations. Just being enthusiastic about what's going on in math class in general can be beneficial for the student, he says. • Don't be too quick to hire a tutor for struggling students: That's a popular idea for some parents - some think that only an A or B is acceptable - but this may send the wrong message to students, says Aaberg. Math class generally needs to be a place where productive struggle and making mistakes is OK, he says. • Do support students with the right tools: Parents could also talk to their student about how math relates to the real world and use digital applications like 101questions and Desmos, Aaberg says.


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Shelby Aaberg named State Finalist for PAEMST 2011
Scottsbluff High School Math Teacher Shelby Aaberg has been named a finalist for the 2011 Presidential Award for Excellence in Math & Science Teaching. Left: On September 19, 2011, at the Nebraska Association of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference in Kearney, NE, Nebraska Department of Education Mathematics Director Deb Romanek presents Scottsbluff High School Math Teacher Shelby Aaberg with a plaque acknowledging his status as a state level finalist for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math & Science Teaching 2011. Congratulations to Mr. Shelby Aaberg who was also nominated for this award by Shedd


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