Uniquely Qualified Instructor
Bonnie Angel is uniquely qualified to present this seminar. As a veteran classroom teacher and mathematics mentor, Bonnie has worked extensively in a variety schools and classrooms to strengthen student engagement and learning in mathematics. From small rural districts to very large school systems with incredible diversity, Bonnie has worked passionately to support teachers, academic coaches, paraprofessionals and other staff to increase student success in math.
A frequent state and national conference presenter, she has provided many professional development offerings including highly sought-after Number Talks and “Manipulative of the Month” trainings. Bonnie is president of her state’s Council of Teachers of Mathematics and a member of her state’s Department of Education Math Advisory Board. Bonnie is also the author of Using Number Talks and Practical Manipulatives to Enhance MATH Engagement and Learning, the extensive resource handbook each participant will receive at the seminar.
Join Bonnie for a fast-paced day filled with a wealth of practical, innovative and highly effective strategies and insights you can use immediately in your grades K-2 classroom or math program.
What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter
“Bonnie was absolutely amazing! I honestly have learned so much today.”
“This training was great! I really enjoyed it. I would attend another seminar by Bonnie in a heartbeat.”
“On a scale of 1-10, ten being the best I give Bonnie’s seminar a 10.”
“Great presenter who kept us on our toes! I can take everything I learned back to my classroom and use it immediately.”
“Bonnie was very friendly and helpful. Her ideas are easy-to-implement, useful and relevant!”
“Bonnie’s seminar was STELLAR! It was great to be challenged as a learner and to see math concepts through new perspectives!”
“This seminar was highly engaging and interesting. It was great to see the connections between real world applications and manipulatives we may use daily.”
“Bonnie was very well prepared, engaging and knowledgeable. I loved how she engaged us in learning through productive struggle â something we can do with our students.”
“Wonderful ideas for guiding students through the maze of productive struggle toward a mathematical ‘AHA’ moment!”