K-2 Activities & Problem-Solving to LEARN and to TEACH GOOD Mathematics
presented by Lesley (McCue) Evans
* This course is a new offering in 2014!
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, June 17-19, 2014
8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
This 3-day session is designed to help K-2 educators incorporate differentiation and games into a standards (CCSS) driven math curriculum that includes fun. Emphasis is placed on using student data to make instructional decisions by designing activities that can be tiered to meet student needs. This course will prepare participants to see their role as educational leaders that develop lessons focused on opportunities for student growth. Math activities and games presented and developed during the sessions can be used to meet the needs of students at multiple levels and allows for teachers to document student learning.
- Hands-on-math activities
- Student Learning
Attendance at all sessions
Participation in all activities
Sharing teaching ideas that have worked for you
ITEMS to Ponder for the Workshop
- What do your students know?
- Are they all at the same level?
- How is the instruction designed to meet their individual needs?
- Are your students growing and learning?
- What evidence supports student growth?