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Nov 3, 2021
ALLENTOWN PA
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8:30 am – 3:15 pm
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Catching Up Students Who Have Fallen Behind in MATH (Grades 3-6)

Presented by Bonnie Angel
Outstanding Math Teacher and National Presenter

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Grades 3-6: Classroom Teachers, Math Specialists, Title I Staff, Special Education Staff, Interventionists, Instructional Assistants, and Administrators

  • The most effective Math teaching strategies to catch up your students who have fallen behind in Math – perfect for motivating and empowering your students
  • Engaging instructional techniques and model lessons to rapidly close the Math achievement gap and help students master key grade level Math skills
  • Effective assessments to pinpoint where students are and practical ways to address unfinished Math learning and lost learning opportunities
  • Receive an extensive Math instruction resource handbook filled with engaging, ready-to-use activities, strategies, and practical instructional tools you can use right away to catch up your Math students

Practical Ideas and Strategies

How can you provide targeted, engaging Math instruction for students who have gaps in their Mathematical understanding due to COVID-19? Do you have too many grades 3-6 students who have fallen behind in Math? If so, you won’t want to miss this seminar by outstanding Math teacher, BONNIE ANGEL. The focus of this seminar is on the most effective, innovative instructional strategies specifically for catching up students who have fallen behind in Math – perfect for getting your students’ learning back on track.

Bonnie’s ideas are practical, innovative and academically rich. Explore “just in time” interventions, teacher-friendly ways to pinpoint gaps in students’ Math learning, and a wealth of strategies for targeting your instruction to meet the varied needs of your Math students. Join Bonnie for a day filled with the best, cutting-edge strategies and approaches for helping catch up students who have fallen behind in Math. You will leave with a multitude of rich tasks, meaningful activities and unique ideas that can be easily adapted to your learning environment.

Ten Key Benefits of Attending

  1. Help Your Math Students Who Have Fallen Behind to Catch Up
    Accelerate the learning of your grades 3-6 Math students … Expand your personal repertoire of teaching tools to help your students who have fallen behind in Math to catch up
  2. Recover Important Math Skills that Were Lost, Neglected or Missed, and Lessen Your Math Students’ COVID Gap
    Catch up your students’ Math skills development … Lessen the COVID gap with timesaving, easy-to-use techniques perfect for your grades 3-6 Math students
  3. Identify Gaps in Your Students’ Math Learning and What to Do About It
    Explore effective, easy-to use assessments to help you pinpoint gaps in your students’ Math learning … Target your instruction to help students catch up in Math
  4. Help Your Reluctant Math Learners Make Strong Skill and Confidence Gains
    Discover instructional activities and strategies for supporting your most challenging Math students … Watch your reluctant Math students’ confidence and skills grow
  5. Make Thinking Visible to Accelerate Students’ Math Learning
    Learn practical ways to make thinking visible to help students who have fallen behind to construct meaning, solve problems and communicate thinking in Math
  6. Target Your Math Instruction to Meet the Varied Needs of Your Students
    Ensure your students receive the focused instruction they need to make rapid learning progress … Target your Math instruction based on individual student strengths to continue to build their Mathematical understanding
  7. Promote Perseverance and Motivate the Unmotivated
    Empower and motivate your students who have fallen behind in Math to approach difficult problems with greater confidence, flexibility and perseverance … Discover practical ways to help students learn from mistakes and embrace challenges
  8. Address Your Students’ Computational Fluency Weaknesses
    Strengthen the computational fluency of your students who have fallen behind in Math … Gain teacher-friendly ways to help students use relationships and connections rather than depending on rules and memorization to solve problems
  9. Cutting-Edge Resources for Catching Up Students Who Have Fallen Behind
    Explore a host of rich tasks and activities you can use immediately … Experience the power of Open Middle problems – particularly for your students who have fallen behind in Math
  10. Receive an Extensive Math Instruction Resource Handbook
    You will receive an extensive Math Instruction resource handbook filled with engaging activities, techniques and materials specifically designed to help you catch up students who have fallen behind … All resources are highly practical and ready for immediate use with your students!

Outstanding Strategies You Can Use Immediately

  • Innovative instructional strategies to catch up your students who have fallen behind in Math – perfect for recovering from lost opportunities for learning
  • Purposeful problem-solving strategies to accelerate progress for students who struggle in Math
  • Effective progress monitoring and Math assessments to help guide your targeted classroom instruction and intervene or extend based on students’ needs
  • Motivating, engaging, high interest activities to strengthen student competence and success in Math
  • How to balance between interventions and teaching new content to prevent students from continuing to fall behind
  • Strategies to help your struggling students overcome the Mathematical obstacles that keep them from believing they can learn and do Math
  • Strategies for pinpointing gaps in students’ Mathematical content knowledge
  • Whole class lessons and valuable number sense routines that strengthen computational fluency
  • Dozens of Math resources, lessons and activities that support busy educators and can be used with any curriculum to support, motivate and engage students
  • Ideas, Ideas, Ideas – rich tasks, “just in time” scaffolding, cognitive closing activities, models of student thinking, a wealth of organizational strategies for students who struggle with Math, motivating problem-solving and computation lessons, and more

A Message From Your Seminar Leader

Dear Colleague:

If COVID-19 has taught us anything it is that we cannot always control what is happening around us. The unfortunate reality is that despite the best efforts of our schools in these unprecedented times, many students’ learning took a dramatic downward turn, leaving them with shaky foundations and gaps in their learning – particularly in Math. As we strive to catch our students up, we can do our part to continue to do what we do best – TEACH! And, the good news is that I can help you!

I have designed this seminar to provide you with a wealth of cutting-edge, proven techniques and ideas to help you catch up your students who have fallen behind or have gaps in their Mathematical understanding. I want to share practical ideas and approaches you can use to help students who are frustrated, who are reluctant, who lack the stamina and motivation to persevere in solving complex Math problems. In our day together, we will investigate ways to engage our students in authentic situations that are relevant and interesting to them. I will share a variety of Math activities that are engaging and fun for students, giving you great opportunities to assess and check for misconceptions. We will explore scaffolding techniques for problem-solving, ideas for offering choices in Math to help motivate our students, effective ways to target their specific learning needs, and so much more!

Join me and experience a productive day of learning, filled with highly practical strategies and resources designed to help you make a huge difference in your students’ Mathematical lives. My goal is to give you an array of ideas and activities you can use the very next day to help your students catch up in Math. I look forward to meeting you and sharing my experiences, strategies and insights with you!

Sincerely,
Bonnie Angel

P.S. Armed with a toolkit full of engaging, easy-to-implement activities and resources, you will leave re-energized, confident, ready to meet your students right where they are, and to make a remarkable difference with their Math learning.

Who Should Attend

Grades 3-6: Classroom Teachers, Math Specialists, Title I Staff, Special Education Staff, Interventionists, Instructional Assistants, and Administrators

Special Benefits of Attending

Extensive Resource Handbook
You will receive an extensive digital resource handbook giving you access to countless strategies. The handbook includes:

  • Specific tips, tools and procedures for closing the Math skills gap – perfect for getting students’ learning back on track
  • Ready-to-use assessments and monitoring techniques to effectively target your Math instruction to address your students’ varied needs
  • A wealth of easy-to-implement resources that deepen students’ Math understanding
  • Ready-to-use whole or small group instructional lessons that strengthen and extend students’ Mathematical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Visual Math models that help accelerate students’ conceptual understanding of key Math concepts
  • Links to a host of outstanding websites and apps for building student interest and providing targeted Math practice and number sense routines
For in-person seminars, registrants will also receive a printed copy of the resource handbook as long as their registration is received in the BER office at least 15 calendar days before the event.

Share Ideas with Other Educators
This seminar provides a wonderful opportunity for participants to share ideas with other educators interested in catching up students who have fallen behind in Math.

Semester Credit Option
UMASS Logo Up to four graduate level professional development credits are available with an additional fee and completion of follow-up practicum activities. Details for direct enrollment with University of Massachusetts Global, a nonprofit affiliate, will be available at this program.

Meet Inservice Requirements
At the end of the program, each attendee will receive a certificate of participation that may be used to verify hours of participation in meeting continuing education requirements.

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