Uniquely Qualified Instructor
SHERRI ADLER is an outstanding math educator, a co-author of several mathematics books and a national presenter who is known for her innovation, enthusiasm and practical ideas for teaching math in grades 1-5. Sherri brings to her seminars her rich experience as a classroom teacher, math resource teacher and math coach. Sherri has taught in public, private and charter schools, been a popular speaker at national math conferences and trained numerous educators at schools throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and South America. In addition, Sherri is the author of Increasing Your Students' Mastery of Math Facts and Mental Math Skills (Grades 1-5), the extensive digital resource handbook you will receive at the seminar.
Designed for educators in grades 1-5 who are eager to learn outstanding ways to help their students master math facts and increase their mental math abilities, this seminar will show you specific ways you can motivate, engage, and build your students' confidence and skills as competent math students.
Join Sherri for a day full of ways you can enhance your math instruction and increase your students’ mathematical skills, even those who struggle with learning and mastering their math facts.
What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter
"I loved all the new games to play with my students. This makes me super excited because this whole seminar can be implemented at any time."
- Alyson Kriewaldt, 4th Grade Teacher
"I enjoyed this seminar. It was wonderful to be introduced to different ways to use the materials that I already have access to in the classroom. I can't wait to get back into my classroom to show my students! Thank you!"
- Tammika Thomas, Teacher
"Engaging! Great hands-on and usable materials and strategies."
- Karli Phillips, 2nd Grade Teacher
"Fabulous ideas that I can take back to school and use immediately!"
- Angela Nixoll, 4th Grade Teacher
"The information about strategies, manipulative use and math anxiety will prove very beneficial for all of my students at so many different academic levels!"
- Jennifer Fischer, 5th Grade Teacher